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Wolverhampton private hire vehicle SUSPENDED during enforcement operation in Oldham

Updated: Jul 16, 2023


Image credit: City of Wolverhampton Council Licensing

A City of Wolverhampton private hire vehicle (PHV) was suspended from operating during an enforcement operation in Oldham on Friday.


Friday evening saw a joint enforcement operation in Oldham, where a City of Wolverhampton private hire vehicle (PHV) was suspended from operating. The Midlands licensing authority took to social media to share images of the operation, which included a photo displaying a suspended vehicle notice on the PHV's licensing plate.

The City of Wolverhampton Taxi Licensing Compliance team expressed their pride in collaborating with Licensing colleagues at Oldham Council, along with partners such as the Greater Manchester Police Traffic unit, DVSA Enforcement, and the Department for Work and Pensions.


The specific details that led to the suspension of the City of Wolverhampton PHV were not disclosed in the social media post.


Collaborative efforts, such as this joint operation, are seen as crucial in maintaining the integrity of the PHV industry and its services.

A City of Wolverhampton Taxi Licensing Compliance spokesperson said via social media: “City of Wolverhampton Taxi Licensing Compliance team. Proud to work last night with our Licensing colleagues at Oldham Council and partners Greater Manchester Police Traffic unit, DVSA Enforcement and the Department for Work and Pensions in a joint operation to make sure we all get home safely.”


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