Operations

TLC Changes Regulations in NYC

LCT Staff
Posted on June 21, 2002

The Taxi and Limousine Commission of New York voted unanimously to extend its regulatory powers to include super-stretch limousines at a public hearing Thursday.

The regulations are geared toward for-hire limousines seating nine or more, and are a part of the TLC?s recent approach at focusing on safety.

Under the new regulations, the commission will fine operators of limousine that exceed the legal limit up to $10,000.

Chauffeurs must now be licensed by the commission as well as the DMV. Operators will now have to maintain a minimum $5 million in liability insurance for vehicles seating 16 or more

More information can be found in the August issue of LCT

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