Man who failed Taxi test decides to rank up anyway

A want-to-be taxi driver has been convicted of being the driver of a Hackney Carriage vehicle without the appropriate licence after he was seen plying for hire on a marked taxi rank in Christchurch. Victor-Christenel Arghian, 46, failed crucial elements of the application process to work as a taxi driver in Christchurch which led to him being told he had not been successful in his attempts of becoming a hackney carriage driver. Three days after his failure, he was spotted by a council licensing officer plying for hire at a taxi rank and summoned to attend Poole Magistrates Court for a hearing. He failed to a show up and was convicted in his absence. According to a report in the Bournemouth Echo, Arghian was fined £440 and ordered to pay a £44 victim surcharge and £205,46 costs.  

Taxi-Point_Banner_V2 29.03.2021.gif
  • Facebook TaxiPoint
  • Twitter TaxiPoint
  • YouTube TaxiPoint
  • Instagram
LTDA Feb 2021.gif

TRENDING...

COVID-19...

advertise with us.jpg

VEHICLE...

ETHOS 030 Taxi Point ad mob (002) MARKET
MMC April 2021 static TAXI INSURANCE (3)
Plan Taxi Insurance
Ascotts Taxi Repair
taxipoint-db-footer-banner.jpg
market

The views expressed in this publication are not necessarily those of the publishers.

All written and image rights are reserved by authors displayed. Creative Common image licenses displayed where applicable.

Reproduction in whole or in part without prior permission from the publisher is strictly prohibited.

All written content Copyright of TaxiPoint 2021.