Hackney Cab Drivers Fined for Using Taxi Lane

A taxi company owner in Ilkeston, Erewash, has critisised the council after receiving fines and penalty points because his drivers are using a taxi lane.   The furious owner of Albany Taxis, Fred Richardson, said that there’s no mistaking his cabs

31-08-2015
Taxi Trade News

Grimsby Cab Driver’s Charity Wingwalk

Thrill-seeking hackney cab driver Roy Grantham, from Grimsby, in Lincolnshire, took to the skies last month to raise money for St Andrew’s Hospice. In memory of his friend, Sarah and after the tragic loss of his young niece, Charlotte, he

24-08-2015
Taxi Trade News

Welsh Cabbies Disagreement Over Taxi Rank Removal

Transport management in Wales have confirmed that the newly refurbished Pontypridd train station does not have space for a taxi rank. Not surprisingly the announcement has not been well received by cabbies in the area. £6 Million Station Refurbishment Historically,

04-08-2015
Taxi Trade News

Peugeot E7™ Firm Favourite in Manchester

It was with great delight that we caught up with Paul McCormick at our annual Manchester taxi roadshow, held last month.  Paul was the first driver in the city to take delivery of the Peugeot E7™ back in December 2012

30-07-2015
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Couple’s Brutal Attack on Cabbie

Kensington & Chelsea Metropolitan Police has released an appeal for the offenders of an attack on a cabbie to hand themselves in or for any witnesses to the assault to come forward with information. The Brutal Attack The 62-year-old taxi

29-07-2015
Taxi Trade News

Taxi Cab Driver Sets Three-day Challenge for Charity

A warm-hearted cabbie from Northampton is casting his taxi cab to one side as he sets himself a challenge to raise money for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC). The Challenge Local taxi driver come

23-07-2015
Taxi Trade News

Virgin Trains Cause Chaos with Carlisle Black Cabs

Hoards of black cabs from Edinburgh and Glasgow ferried stranded train passengers down to Carlisle at the request of Virgin Trains bosses as a result of a technical fault on the West Coast mainline. In an effort to disperse commuters

22-07-2015
Taxi Trade News

Taxi CCTV Lowers Crime Rate in Dunfermline

Due to an ever increasing number of taxi crime, from fare-dodging to serious assaults, Police Scotland introduced an in-cab CCTV initiative into Dunfermline cabs in May 2014. A Significant Change One year on and the statistics prove that the crime

15-07-2015
Taxi Trade News