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Operators Debate T&LC Regs Vs. ICC Rights

By: LCT Staff

The heated debate over the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) rights of limousine operators and the “restrictive” licensing requirements of the New York Taxi & Limousine Commission (T&LC) continued at the Limousine & Chauffeur Show in Baltimore from December 8-10, 1991.

Jeremy Kahn, attorney for Kahn & Kahn in Washington, DC, spelled out for attendees the ICC rights of limousine operators. The T&LC contends that these rights do not necessarily exempt operators based outside NYC from paying fees for chauffeurs, radio bases, and vehicles.

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