The taxi industry’s TOP TEN most read stories of 2019

Updated: Jan 2

TaxiPoint has been keeping the UK taxi industry updated with all the latest news over the last 12 months, but what have been the biggest most read articles of 2019?

With over half a million different readers in 2019 here are the top ten stories that have attracted the most attention this year.

In at one, our most read story was only last week: Uber driver circumnavigated south side of M25 in horror £529 fare from central London to Medway

At two, we brought you the anticipation of the imminent launch of the Nissan Dynamo: Launching soon; The 100% electric Nissan Dynamo taxi

In three, a big story which TaxiPoint anticipates growing in the years to come: Charging Wars: London taxi drivers facing ‘daily abuse’ to use electric charge points

At four we have the bold move made by London’s regulators: TfL reduces London black taxi age limits wiping off £50million in fleet residual value

Five drops in with a story from Glasgow on the hot topic of touting: Private hire driver who said he was working on the Uber app and needed cash to eat, has licence suspended for 'Pirating'

Six sees another entry for the Nissan Dynamo with: Nissan Dynamo set to cause a EV storm as finer details of costs and savings are released

Seven saw big breaking TaxiPoint news based around the world's biggest minicab firm: Uber fined £28,800 calling London probationary licence into question

In at eight: London Uber driver found guilty of sexually assaulting female passenger whilst she was being sick

At nine, will this feature drive cabbies mad? New Google Maps feature could cause taxi drivers  “unnecessary difficulties” suggests legal expert

And finally at ten: Quick thinking Birmingham cabbie saves woman from prostitution ring and is now inline for a commendation

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