Having a courtesy bus (kerto) at your disposal is a great advantage of living in the 21st century.
You get it to pick you up before your night out, have a few drinks and then it takes you home…. happy days.
But where does `courtesy’ end and `taking liberties’ start?
Etiquette would dictate a `kerto’ should only operate within a few kilometres or `drawing area’ of the organisation that runs it. That’s a fair cop.
However, if a large group wants to use the `kerto’ to get to and from a venue, with advance notice it’s up to the discretion of the owner/operator.
I reckon once a kerto commitment is made to a punter or punters, it must be fulfilled so that means no getting there late for a pick up and no whingeing when the big group wants to go home outside the drawing area late in the night…
What do you think?