Addison Lee Vs. Uber On New Private Hire Rules

Posted on August 17, 2016

Addison Lee, Europe’s largest private hire operator and owner of Tristar Worldwide Chauffeur Services, has written to Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, criticizing Uber’s campaign to water down the new private hire regulations.

These regulations will ensure for the first time all licensed drivers have a command of English and knowledge of London’s geography.

Addison Lee has 5,000 licensed drivers and is determined to lead the way in driving up industry standards. The new rules will also ensure all licensed vehicles will have fully effective Hire and Reward motor insurance in place.

The Chauffeur article here

Related Topics: Addison Lee, British limousine companies, industry regulations, London operators, regulations, regulatory enforcement, TNCs, Uber, United Kingdom

Comments ( 0 )
More Stories

New York Operators Oppose Stretch Limo Ban

Operators Douglas Schwartz of the Long Island Transportation Association and Kevin Barwell of the Limousine Bus Taxi Operators of Upstate New York went to Albany, N.Y. on Jan. 30, 2019 to speak before the Joint Legislative Public Hearing on the 2019-2020 Executive Budget to oppose a proposal to ban modified stretch limousines in the state of New York.