- 1 How do I complain about a taxi driver?
- 2 How do I contact Cardiff Council?
- 3 How do I make a complaint to Cardiff council?
- 4 How do I become a taxi driver in Cardiff?
- 5 Can you refuse to pay taxi?
- 6 Can a taxi driver ask for money up front?
- 7 How do I complain about a Councillor in Wales?
- 8 How old can a taxi be UK?
- 9 Is there Uber in Cardiff?
- 10 How do I become a taxi driver in Wales?
How do I complain about a taxi driver?
If you see or hear of any inappropriate driver behaviour, you can report it by calling our customer complaint line on 0343 222 4000, emailing [email protected], or filling in theonline complaints form. If you feel a customer may be in immediate danger, call 999.
How do I contact Cardiff Council?
Phone number: 029 2087 2087.
How do I make a complaint to Cardiff council?
To make a complaint, you can:
- Use our online complaint form.
- Call us on 029 2087 2087 or 029 2087 2088 (Cymraeg)
- Visit us in person at one of our Hubs or offices.
How do I become a taxi driver in Cardiff?
To become a taxi driver in Cardiff, you will need to meet the following criteria:
- Hold a current UK/EU driving licence, which has been held for over 12 months;
- Be over the age of 21;
- Pass 2 tests – Regulatory Qualification (UK wide) & Local Knowledge (where applicable);
Can you refuse to pay taxi?
If a passenger refuses to pay the fare or runs off without paying, this is considered to be a criminal offence. If the passenger offers part payment for the fare, however, then this becomes a civil matter and not a criminal one.
Can a taxi driver ask for money up front?
Drivers will be allowed to demand payment for journeys up front and will be encouraged to do so where the risks associated with fare-dodging are higher than usual. The initiative is already in practice and taxi drivers hope that it will deter passengers from attempting to avoid paying their fare.
How do I complain about a Councillor in Wales?
Complaints relating to an allegation that a councillor has breached the Code can be sent to the Ombudsman electronically via his website or email, or by letter or telephone (contact details: 1, Ffordd yr Hen Gae, Pencoed, CF35 5LJ; www.ombudsman- wales.org.uk; Tel: 01656 641150; [email protected] wales.org.uk ).
How old can a taxi be UK?
There is currently a maximum 15 year vehicle age limit for taxis and we are rolling out electric vehicle charging infrastructure across London, with many charging points dedicated to the taxi trade to help support the take-up of new vehicles.
Is there Uber in Cardiff?
Taxi-hailing app Uber has officially come to Cardiff. It is the first time it has come to Wales after being granted an operator’s licence in January and an Uber spokesman said more than 100 drivers had signed up in the city.
How do I become a taxi driver in Wales?
Entry routes All Taxi Drivers must hold a full driving licence and must then apply for a private hire or Hackney carriage licence from their local licensing authority. Hackney Carriage Drivers must: be 21 or above and have had a driving licence for at least 12 months (3 years in London)