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Cedar Rapids To Revoke Cab, Limo Licenses for Unpaid Camera Fines

Posted on October 2, 2013

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Cedar Rapids city officials will start revoking taxicab and limousine licenses if owners don’t pay their red light and speed camera fines. The message went out to taxi and limo owners through letters late last month after city police noticed they had more than 90 delinquent citations for cabs alone.

Cedar Rapids cab owner Jon, received his letter Monday from the city clerk’s office. It said he owes more than $1,400 in delinquent camera fines by the 28th of October.

“We could lose our city cab licenses,” said Jon. “Without the taxicab license I find another career.”

For more on the story, go to www.kcrg.com.

Related Topics: industry regulations, Iowa operators, limo licenses

Comments ( 1 )
  • John

     | about 5 years ago

    Jon should have been withholding his drivers salary in order to pay for their infractions. Paying for the offenses on time would have helped as well. Fault is with you Jon.

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