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“Everyone will need a ‘Priority Seat’ someday”: Good Manners on Priority Seats (Part 2)

“Everyone will need a priority seat some day: the Priority seat" has not been able to become a fixed rule, it is the current situation that we must rely on people's manners such as conscience, mutual assistance and kindness.”

Extracts from Livedoor.com

February 15th 2018

Everyone will need a priority seat some day: The “Priority seat” has not been able to become a fixed rule, it is the current situation that we must rely on people’s manners such as conscience, mutual assistance and kindness. In developed countries of the railway in Europe and the United States, there is a firm rule for the use of vulnerable people, even some trains are protected by compartments.

This article may be painful to the young people of transport “strong man”, but young people will certainly have be an age that necessitates a priority seat one day.

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