Breaking News

Tag Archives: taxi hire

Travelling around in Blackwater, Hampshire

blackwater taxis

A method of living, traveling and correspondence has to boot progressed  due to the advancement and have all over up being additional techno-insightful. During the old times, traveling and correspondence were the irritating and tedious tasks. It previously takes longest days and even month to fly out from a spot to a particular and also the method of traveling were ... Read More »

Taxi driver attacked by the voilent persons

He was taken to hospital in an ambulance after the attack, just after he had completed his shift on Sunday afternoon This is the incident a taxi driver was attacked by yobs – after he denied to order them a cab saying they were too voilent. Mohammed Arshad aged 48, was rushed to hospital in an ambulance when he was ... Read More »

Taxi drivers need new warnings to alert London drivers

The road signs might be coming back to the capital to warn about the urban problems which taxi drivers have to face. Nowadays black cab drivers use outdated Highway Code notices to alert motorists to pedestrians oblivious to traffic because they’re either texting or using headphones. Hundreds of London cabbies are supporting the decision for brand spanking new signs that ... Read More »

Man arrested after investigation of attempted robbery of taxi driver

A man was arrested due to the attempted robbery of a private hire taxi driver in Fife. This incident was happened at arround 05:00 on Sunday. This 20-year-old man was arrested and charged with attempted robbery after the taxi driver was targeted in Lansbury Street, Kirkcaldy. The man is due to appear at Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court. Police are appealing for witnesses of ... Read More »

UK manufacturing growth eases in September from August’s two-year high – PMI

Growth in Britain’s manufacturing sector eased slightly in September from a two-year high the month before, due to less robust export orders, a survey showed on Tuesday (Reuters). The Markit/CIPS Purchasing Managers’ Index slipped to 56.7 from August’s two-and-a-half year high of 57.1, a slightly weaker reading than the rise to 57.3 economists had predicted in a Reuters poll. But employment ... Read More »

World Record of London Tube Station visiting broken

The record for visiting all 270 London Underground stations in the quickest possible time has been broken by eight minutes. Geoff Marshall, 41, from Ealing, west London, and Anthony Smith, 28, completed the record in 16 hours, 20 minutes and 27 seconds. It is the second time Mr Marshall has held the record, after a total of 25 attempts. The ... Read More »

Edinburgh Trams Services will be running by next May

Edinburgh’s Trams will be running by May 2014, the city council announced. According to the council statement, the capital’s streets would be clear of roadworks by 19 October after six years of construction. Tram testing process between the airport and Edinburgh Park will begin earlier in the month. Test trams will be running along the entire route to the city centre ... Read More »

UK Transport Minister Checks Out BMW i3

BMW’s revolution in public transportation made its arrival today at the 2013 edition of the LCV show in Britain. UK Transport Minister Norman Baker visited the show and checked out the electric vehicle. He announced that the BMW i3 is eligible for the UK Government’s Plug-in Car Grant, helping to make the first zero-emission vehicle in the premium segment more ... Read More »

Drivers forced to have speed limiters

DRIVERS may be forced to have their cars fitted with technology which keeps them within the speed limit under new road safety rules being considered by the EU. New cars would have to feature systems capable of detecting limits through cameras or satellites and automatically applying the brakes. Existing cars could be forced back to the garage to be fitted ... Read More »

Nine-inch-wide double yellow lines painted next to taxi rank by bungling council contractors

Tiny lines have been painted on Caxton Street in Westminster, London Westminster City Council are ‘not happy’ with botched job done by contractors Motorists are often caught out for parking where they shouldn’t. But drivers would be hard pushed to squeeze themselves on to these double yellow lines which measure just over nine inches. The shortest double lines in the ... Read More »

Want Good Regular Taxi Work?
Scroll To Top