Liverpool Taxi Attacker Evades Jail Sentence

The attacker of a Liverpool taxi driver has avoided jail, despite seriously assaulting the cabbie. Taxi Attack Taxi driver Alan Hope picked up Graeme Dougherty and his brother outside James Street railway station around 10pm last autumn.  Mr Dougherty then lit

14-10-2011
Taxi Trade News

Peugeot 508 Wins ‘Best New Car of 2011’

Peugeot’s newly launched 508 scooped the top accolade at this year’s Fleet World Honours after being named ‘Best New Car of 2011’. Dubbed by many as Peugeot’s ‘best saloon yet’, the new flagship stole the show during the annual ceremony which

05-10-2011
Cab Direct News

Taxi Licensing Review In Crawley

Crawley Borough Council is considering limiting the number of licenses in the borough, after evidence showed there was more than enough to cover the town’s needs. While this news offers a boost for local taxi operators, proposals to require all cabs to

30-09-2011
Taxi Trade News

Improved Driver Security in Taxis for Sale

Unfortunately protection from violence against taxi drivers continues to prove a problem for the UK’s hard working cabbies.  That’s why the UK’s leading specialist in taxi sales, Cab Direct, is offering a national solution for driver safety with its new CabSafe™ onboard CCTV system.

27-09-2011
Taxi Trade News

Earn More with Peugeot E7™ Taxis

Kevin Harrison, a taxi driver from the seaside resort of Seaford in East Sussex, is full of praise for his new Peugeot E7™ from Cab Direct.  Kevin, originally from South Africa, has been a taxi driver for just three years but has

23-09-2011
Cab Direct News

New Model M8 Vito Taxi – New Lower Price

Take the original M8 Mercedes Vito taxi and add all the benefits that come with the launch of a new model.  Add Mercedes’ latest stylish design.  Add a new, money-saving Euro 5 diesel engine.  Why not also add improved taxi

16-09-2011
Cab Direct News

Crime Busting Cabbies in Weymouth

Anyone who’s used taxis from time to time will understand how useful and convenient the services provided by Britain’s cabbies can be.  What other mode of transport is there, on demand, 24 hours a day, to take you exactly where you

Taxi Trade News

Taxis Suffer Passenger Abuse

A new taxi study in Edinburgh reveals that almost every Scottish taxi driver (98%) has encountered problems with fare dodgers and abusive passengers who have used taxis, with 70% of these drivers admitting to fearing for their safety at work.

25-08-2011
Taxi Trade News

Page 2 of 7