Buying a Taxi – New v’s Used

If you’re looking for a new taxi, you’re probably asking the question: ‘Should I buy new or used?’ Cab Direct is the UK’s leading taxi sales specialist, with more than 20 years’ experience in the hackney and private hire industry.

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Guide to Assistance Dogs

Here is a guide to the assistance dogs that you might come across in your taxis. Not all dogs wear a jacket so if you are in doubt please allow them travel with their owner.

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Cab drivers help to keep Bury safe

Taxi drivers are often the eyes and ears on the street and many drivers in Bury have taken a step further towards protecting the public. Taxi and private hire drivers in Bury, north of Manchester, have recently taken training sessions

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Taxi Drivers Equipment Saves Lives

Did you know choosing to make your taxi bespoke can help saves lives? That’s exactly what two West Lothian cab drivers chose to do by getting defibrillators installed in the purpose- built taxis they drive. Public Access Defibrillators (PAD) are

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Liverpool Private Hire Cab Driver to the Rescue

A kind-hearted taxi driver has been hailed a hero after helping save the life of a great-grandmother. 82-year-old Eileen O’Brien, booked a private hire cab via Village Taxis, after attending a fun night on Easter Sunday at her local British

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Plymouth Cabbies put the Brakes on Licence Fee Hike

Plymouth City Council has been forced to re-think a proposed license fee increase after receiving a legal letter from outraged black cab drivers. The proposal, released in January this year, saw fares in some areas increase by a whopping 80%.

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Mixed Views Over Cross-border Pick-ups in Wales

Taxi drivers in Wales are concerned as new proposals are set to shake up the industry.  Questions are being raised as to who should regulate taxis in the country – councils or the government? The Welsh Government intends to introduce

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