Redditch Cabbies in Go Slow Protest

200 taxi drivers brought traffic disruption to Redditch on last weekend when they took part in a go-slow protest against new council charges. After meeting in Silver Street The Redditch Taxi Association carried out a rolling road block in the Worcestershire town.

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Colour Coded Taxi Sales in Stirling

All new taxi sales in Stirling will now have to meet new colour guidelines, laid down by the local council. Taxi Sales Colour Schemes From now on, all new public hire taxis have to be white plus silver or light metallic

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Last Chance for Freedom!

One of the UK’s most popular taxi sales models is coming to the end of its run – but there’s still one fabulous last chance to buy, thanks to Cab Direct’s latest great taxi sale offer. Taxi Sales Doblo Offer

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Pendle Taxis Race Row

A plan by Pendle Borough Council to introduce a dress code for taxi cab drivers has met fierce opposition from within the trade. Drivers’ organisations are accusing the council of being insensitive to the feelings and needs of their drivers,

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Grab a Grand from Taxi Sales Specialist Cab Direct

The Royal Wedding rounded off April in style and now we’re looking ahead to an exciting Spring.  As the weather starts to warm up, taxi sales specialist Cab Direct is turning the heat up too with some sizzling news for UK cabbies and taxi

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Big Car Dimensions, Small Car Economy

May sees the taxi sales market with a new rising star, as Cab Direct launches the revolutionary new Peugeot 508. If you’ve seen the regular TV ads, you’ll recognise the stylish lines of Peugeot’s next-generation saloon and estate.  From a

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Manchester Cabbie wins Colour Appeal

Next to black, silver is the next most popular colour as far as new taxis for sale in the UK are concerned.  But is that new silver taxi really silver? Taxi licensing authorities in Manchester have issued an apology to a city cabbie

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Rank Row at Brighton Station

A group of more than fifty Brighton taxi drivers has staged a protest over a new taxi rank at Brighton railway station which they say will reduce their taxi sales earnings. Cabbies pay £410 per year to use the rank and say

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Manx U-turn on Taxi Licensing

Following a long and vocal campaign by Isle of Man taxi drivers, the Island’s Tynwald parliament appears to have ditched plans to change ply for hire taxi regulations on the island. The administration planned to introduce an island-wide taxi licensing

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