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Two new accessible taxi licences issued to join the ranks in Guernsey


Two new accessible taxi licences have been issued in Guernsey, marking a restoration of the total number to the maximum allowed limit of eight.


The news has been welcomed following the voluntary surrender of two licences last year.

Accessible taxis, distinguished by their incorporation of wheelchair ramps and various other specialist features, are crucial in providing transportation services to individuals with disabilities. These vehicles are not just physically adapted but are also operated by drivers who have undergone specialist training. This training is focused on ensuring the safe carriage and wellbeing of passengers with disabilities.

The eight licences are currently operated by seven different operators, suggesting a broad base of service providers committed to accessible transportation.

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