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Crackdown on unroadworthy taxis in Cardiff sees EIGHT vehicles removed from the streets

Updated: 6 days ago


Image credit: Special Constable Ben Johns (X)

A coordinated operation led by the Special Constabulary in Cardiff City Centre resulted in the removal of eight unroadworthy vehicles from the streets.


The initiative, conducted in collaboration with the Cardiff Council taxi licensing team and DVSA Enforcement, also saw several penalty notices and warnings issued to other drivers.

Special Constable Ben Johns reported the operation's success, emphasising the ongoing commitment to ensuring road safety and compliance among taxi operators.


The enforcement action highlights the importance of regular vehicle checks and that drivers do their best to adhere to licensing regulations for the safety of passengers and the public.

Johns said: “Another successful Special Constabulary led operation in Cardiff City Centre today alongside Cardiff Council taxi licensing team and DVSA Enforcement.


“Eight vehicles taken off the road for being unroadworthy and several others issued penalty notices or warnings.“


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