In the video, which caused heated discussion among netizens, the didi driver reminded the passenger to fasten his seat belt after sitting on the co pilot, but the passenger refused on the ground that “there is no monitoring on this section of the road”. < / P > < p > the following surveillance video shows that passengers fasten their seat belts after persuasion, and the driver complains to them: “it can be photographed from below. Is it harmful to ask you to fasten your seat belt?” The passenger responded, “are you crazy?” The driver replied, and the passenger picked up his mobile phone and knocked at the driver’s head. According to boiling point news reports, the hit driver suffered head injuries and bleeding. < / P > < p > very angry, we have assisted the driver to call the police and permanently ban the passenger’s account number. We have got in touch with the driver and his family. The driver is receiving treatment in the hospital. We will provide platform support and cooperate with the police in the investigation. Finally, I also appeal to all of you that the safety belt is the life belt. No matter the driver or the passenger, they should fasten the safety belt, start safely and arrive safely. According to previous local media reports, the incident in the video occurred at about 1:40 a.m. on August 13. The driver, Xiao Zhang, received an order near Bihui garden. Subsequently, the driver was sent to the people’s Hospital for treatment and has not yet been discharged from hospital. It is understood that didi will broadcast a voice to remind front and rear passengers to fasten their seat belts after passengers get on the bus. The co pilot must wear a seat belt, which is also included in the provisions of the road traffic safety law. If found, he will be fined or even points will be deducted. < / P > < p > didi has tried to operate the “whole journey recording” function since September 2018, and all orders have been covered. According to the report in July 2019, Didi predicted that the video recording function would cover 50% by the end of 2019.