New Government Standards to Improve Safety for Passengers

Cab Direct is pleased to hear the new rules announced by the government for the taxi and private hire vehicle sector that will protect passengers across England and Wales. Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, recently announced the new Statutory Taxi and

23-07-2020
Taxi Trade News

UK Taxi Drivers Adapt to the New Normal

At Cab Direct we know that the UK has had to adjust to a whole new way of life during lockdown, which has hit the taxi trade particularly hard. Heading to the office became working from home, children started learning

17-07-2020
Taxi Trade News

Updated Facial Coverings Guidance from the DfT

Whether you drive a black cab or standard taxi, safety is paramount during the current COVID-19 pandemic and the taxi industry has been acknowledged as one that is high risk due to the close proximity during fares. There has been

18-06-2020
Taxi Trade News

Nottingham Drivers Outrage at Low Emissions Order

Over 120 drivers in the Nottinghamshire area are refusing to buy a taxi with low emissions before the June 30 deadline implemented by Nottingham City Council, after experiencing a huge loss in income due to the COVID-19 crisis. Drivers have

22-05-2020
Taxi Trade News

Manchester delays CAZ consultation in response to COVID-19

It has recently been confirmed that the statutory consultation planned for this summer as part of the ongoing process to implement Manchester’s Clean Air Zone (CAZ) implementation has been postponed due to the current coronavirus pandemic. Unprecedented Times With local

21-04-2020
Taxi Trade News

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