Shirts and shoes are required attire for passengers. For safety and sanitation reasons, passengers with bare feet and/or no shirts must be refused.

While drivers are not responsible for how a client is dressed, be aware that some passengers, including the developmentally disabled or the mentally ill may be dressed inappropriately for the weather.  Therefore, drivers should report to the supervisor if a client is being allowed to leave their home in inappropriate attire.  Law enforcement or SUCAP Administrative staff will contact the care providers.