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Newest Review: ... it up as his Taxi and joined a local firm as an owner driver. At a weekend he gets threatened and abuse thrown at him and the car also takes the brunt of peoples booze fuelled anger. Take last Friday night for example; He is driving along with an elderly customer in the car when a young lad jumps out in front of him forcing him to break hard. This young lad then starts punching and kicking ... more
Customer Taxis Reviews (2)
by - written on 06/09/08 (Very useful, 79 readings)
I have always had the opinion that a Taxi driver is doing me a favour by taking me where I want to be, yes I have to pay for it but if we didn't have Taxi drivers then how would we get where we need to go? especially on a night out where alcohol is involved! For this reason I have always respected them, unfortunately not everyone has this train of thought as I found out when my partner became a Taxi driver. He bought an MPV and plated it up as his Taxi and joined a local firm as an owner driver. At a weekend he gets threatened and abuse thrown at him and the car also takes the brunt of peoples booze fuelled anger. Take last Friday night ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/05/01, updated on 04/05/01 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I drive a taxi in Cromer. Most of the taxis and private hire cars in North Norfolk are ordinary saloon cars - a few MPVs, but only a very few London-style cabs. Some councils are already insisting that all taxis should be wheelchair accessible. It is thought that the law will soon require this everywhere. But will that really help the disabled passenger? I regularly carry disabled passengers; sometimes they're wheelchair users, in which case they transfer to the ordinary car seat and I put the wheelchair in the boot. Not many disabled passengers are unable to transfer, and it is only electrically powered wheelchairs that cannot be folded up and put ... Read the complete review