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Improving your taxi fleet’s fuel efficency

August 20th, 2020

Optimising vehicle fuel efficiency is a vital aspect of ensuring organisational success in the transport and haulage sector. In fact, recent research from industry experts revealed that fuel equates to nearly 30 per cent of total operating costs in the average commercial fleet. With this in mind, it’s clear that taking steps to improve your fleet’s…

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How Can Laid Up Insurance Help You During The Covid-19 Pandemic?

May 13th, 2020

Due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, there has been a significant decrease in traffic. Many vehicles that would otherwise be on the road on a daily basis have instead been parked and without use for an extended period. For many business owners who hold commercial motor insurance policies, having your entire fleet shut down…

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Insurance specialist helps taxi drivers get into top gear during pandemic

April 28th, 2020

Taxi drivers are steering a drive to support frontline workers amid the coronavirus crisis after an extension of their insurance policies backed by one of the country’s largest brokers. InsureTAXI, based in Southport, have moved to allow taxi drivers to carry out voluntary work giving ‘rides’ to small parcels, takeaways and shopping destined for NHS…

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Top Tips for your finances during the Coronavirus outbreak

April 6th, 2020

With the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, people up and down the country may be facing financial challenges. We have some top tips on how to get your finances under control during the epidemic. Universal credit   Don’t dismiss universal credit. The changes are bigger than you think – especially for housing costs. Universal credit is a…

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Wireless Taxi Charging to be Trialled

January 17th, 2020

Wireless charging for electric taxis waiting in their rank is to be trialled in Nottingham. The government is investing £3.4m towards fitting five charging plates outside the city’s train station. This is going to be a six month pilot project that will see 10 electric taxis fitted with the necessary hardware. If the scheme is…

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Liverpool Taxi Drivers: Random Drug Tests Approved

January 14th, 2020

Liverpool taxi drivers will face random drug tests after a policy was approved by the city licensing committee last December. After 114 drivers were arrested on suspicion of drug- driving between May 2018 and May 2019, city manager Kevin Johnson said urine testing was ‘a necessary step’. He said the council must ‘act in the…

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New 2020 Driving Laws that every driver needs to know

January 10th, 2020

New 2020 Driving Laws that every driver needs to know A new decade is upon us and there are several new driving laws that are coming into force in 2020. Failing to acknowledge them could land you fines or/and points on your license. Some driving laws were passed and came into effect on January 1st….

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New safeguarding training course to help Winchester taxi drivers

August 28th, 2019

Winchester taxi drivers have completed a safeguarding course to spot signs of exploitation, domestic abuse and human trafficking Winchester City Council has made it compulsory for all private hire and taxi drivers to attend a new three hour safeguarding course. The council’s decision was after the Government issued guidance for consultation; recommending licensing authorities to…

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July 2019 Bulletin

July 22nd, 2019

PHTM TAXI SHOW We were delighted to exhibit at the fantastic PHTM taxi show 2019 on the 12th and 13th of June. The event was a huge success and took place at the MK stadium. We loved seeing all of you there, whether it was customers, past or present and potential new customers. Thank you…

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Safety Tips for Taxi Drivers

July 18th, 2019

Taxi drivers work one of the most hazardous jobs. They are constantly on the road rushing from one location to the next. They depend on random strangers to generate their income and often keep large quantities of cash on hand. Things can get dangerous quickly.   Criminals and thieves, motivated by easy access to money,…

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