A New, Better Choice For Former Uber Drivers

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With wide spread news over the last month or so regarding Uber’s failure to keep hold of their licence in London and the TfL announcing Uber will no longer be allowed to operate unless they appeal. What does this actually mean for all involved? For a while now, Uber have been taking advantage of London’s […]

Uber’s Back Is Up Against The Wall

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In the news recently, Uber have been dealt a huge blow. The Company’s operating license within the capital has been revoked, TfL (Transport for London) has described the firm as not being ‘fit and proper.’ The last year has been a testing time for Uber, recently being the subject of various scandals. After an investigation […]

The Last Chance Summer Saloon

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September is probably the last month in the calendar year where it’s still socially acceptable to get the tops off our suntan oil and depart for the warmer climates of Europe and beyond. But perhaps the last thing to tick off on your list is to book the taxis to and from the airport – […]

Uber Are In a Spot of Bother. Again

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In the news recently, Uber could be forced to comply with tough new licence laws to ensure that their staff are paid the minimum wage. 2017 has been a tough year for Uber, recently being the subject of various scandals. After an investigation into the company’s unstable environment, Around 20 employees were let go recently, […]

The Worrying Reality of Driverless Cars

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It won’t be for another FOUR decades before your next door love/hate neighbour is rolling up outside after work in his/hers Driverless car, more than likely boasting about how they were the first to be in one. But how would you feel about the latest technology literally being on the road? There are 35,000 fatalities […]

Uber – Are Times Changing?

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The TfL (Transport for London) have given Uber just a four month extension after their five year licence to operate in the city expires in May. The authorities are to pass their final verdict in September 2017.   This is what was said by a spokesperson for the TfL – “Uber London Limited has been […]

The Big Debate

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Driverless cars are set to be available to everyone within the next 20 or 30 years. They are said to be safer than driver driven cars. They are set to protect those in the car, before those outside. Where would you stand on this? Are we, the humans, actually going to ensure that the car […]

Uber’s Lack Of Respect Across The UK Continues

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In the UK, Uber have been sneaking its way across the country in areas where they have no operating licence, after a loophole was found, leaving the local authorities without the tools to regulate them.   The national officer of for the hackney and private-hire taxi trade has said Uber are “acting with impunity” and […]

Uber Fined $20m – Another Costly Hit!

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After paying out an $11m fee in Pennsylvania over illegal operations, a $7.6m fine from regulators in California, and Taiwan threatening a fine of up to $800,000 if Uber doesn’t register as a taxi service – the agreement to pay $20m to settle claims of misleading drivers has got to hurt. The latest in a […]