As technology and innovation continue to drive the taxi industry forward, drivers and fleet owners need to make sure they have the right taxi insurance in place for the work they do.
The traditional industry model was black cabs or Hackney carriages, which required public hire insurance, and private hire vehicles or minicabs, which needed private hire insurance.
We have always been a nation of animal lovers so it should come as no surprise that there are taxi services dedicated to transporting our pets.
Whether it is a licenced breeder or an owner who can no longer look after a beloved pet, finding loving homes for them isn’t always easy.
A free taxi-hailing app has been launched in London to help good causes as ride-hailing apps battle it out to get the capital’s cabbies to join their platforms.
The move comes as Uber expands its global operations and revealed plans to add all licenced taxis on to its platform by 2025 – something many drivers in the UK’s capital want to resist.
The lack of fast and reliable EV charging points has been one of the biggest barriers stopping taxi drivers from making the switch to electric.
Drivers of black cabs and private hire vehicles need to spend more time on the road than they do charging their vehicles in order to earn a living.
Households are trying to find ways to reduce energy bills and the Government hailed Uber to help show people how.
We previously looked at how bespoke digital advertising could be shown to Uber riders, based on the information the company holds on passengers.
We are asked for feedback for almost every product and service we buy, and it is a vital part of being a modern taxi or private-hire driver.
Reviews of products and services help to improve standards and keep people safe. The use of taxi booking apps makes feedback important to passengers because it lets them know the experiences other fares have had with a driver.