Excellence is at the heart of everything taxi service does

Whether it is a night out in the city, a wedding, prom or an important corporate event, Hull Cars prides itself on providing excellent service to every customer. Based in Anlaby Road, it has a fleet of more than 300 vehicles including taxis, vans and luxury cars and has earned international accreditation for its quality

“Electric vehicles are incredible” says taxi firm founder

The founder of an Isle of Wight taxi firm is so hooked on electric vehicles that he will never buy a petrol or diesel car again.

Kevin Barton, CEO of We Go Local Solutions LTD and Go Taxi, used his tech background to help create sustainable businesses on the popular holiday island which enjoys a bustling hospitality and entertainment sector.

Patons Insurance gets a refreshed look

Taxi insurance broker Patons Insurance (Part of the Patons Group) is celebrating over 50 years of serving the industry by expanding its services and creating a new look to help the modern taxi driver.

The Patons Group was founded by taxi driver John Paton in 1957 in Glasgow and the family business has been committed to helping the taxi industry ever since.

Patons wants to support taxi base owners as Government unlikely to meet EV charging target

Taxi drivers need one thing to make the switch to EV – to be sure that it will do at least what their current petrol or diesel cab will do. Anything less isn’t worth bothering with.

In simple terms, they want something with a decent range and can charge up whenever they need to so they can be on their way again in a matter of minutes.

Driverless taxis expand as incidents ‘skyrocket’

Two driverless taxi operators insist their technology is safe as their cabs continue to be rolled out across one city, despite concerns raised by the emergency services.

Cruise and Waymo have been operating trials with driverless taxis in San Francisco in a bid to increase the number of autonomous taxis on the streets.

Fine, ban and 24 points for illegal taxi driver

An illegal taxi driver who picked up fares across Liverpool city centre was asked ‘was it worth it?’ after being banned and fined hundreds of pounds.

The Liverpool Echo reports that Liverpool City Council officers observed Mruan Elkehya posing as both a private hire driver and public hire driver over a period of two months.