All the way up Whitehall there was one long line of taxicabs, unable to ply for hire
or find their way to the garages until daylight.
Request for quote:allerdale borough council licence all hackney carriages that ply for hire
in the allerdale boundaries and private hire vehicles whose booking office is in allerdale.
Example, a taxi from Bridgend drops off in Cardiff, they can legally ply for hire
in the capital on these special days to help with getting people home safely and quickly without being prebooked.
And if we are sticking to 100-year-old laws it's also illegal to ply for hire
in an hackney carriage without carrying a bale of hay.
Instead, drivers will be forced to ply for hire
near the station, meaning that Network Rail's actions will simply inconvenience passengers by making them walk further to pick up a taxi.
As per the Maharashtra Motor Vehicles Act, Section 22 (d) 178 (3) (b), an autorickshaw or a taxi driver refusing to ply for hire
invites a penalty of Rs100 and Rs200 (Dh5.
71) Legion Grove, Newcastle - Illegal Ply for Hire
If approved by the full council, it will mean drivers can ply for hire
and take their place on ranks anywhere across the county.
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Abdul Sagheer, 46, of Blackwell Road, Foleshill, Coventry, causing a vehicle to wait in a road in contravention of an order made under section 1 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984 and plying for hire for which a carriage licence to ply for hire
had not been obtained, fined pounds 200.
A council spokesman said: "It is illegal for private hire drivers to ply for hire
I can only hope that the Tourist Police will ensure none of them are allowed to ply for hire
anywhere near our airports or train stations
These drivers pay PS1,100 per annum to ply for hire
and to use the facilties at the airport - they provide taxis 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
We categorically do not provide shelter for any driver who may flout the law and illegally ply for hire
He said: "Northumberland has a good number of hackney carriages that rarely, if ever, ply for hire
within its area and spend most, if not all, of their time engaged in work outside its area acting for private hire operators over which it has no control.