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  1. wow, i really like it. At least its something else than prius or Honda, well done hyndai
  2. I think we should crowdfunding for Addison Lee and buy them directly
  3. THey can appeal until 13 oct and then during the process Uber can function without any problem. The appeal can go on for years....easy as that. THe thing is TFL is bigger than uber when it comes to revenues gross, nothing compared with Ubers previous local gov fights, this it it for them
  4. driving for Uberx you get like £15/hour where your real profit is half of that! but your car is included!
  5. is still unclear for me if we can pick up or drop off at bus stop locations? i found this: Bus stopsAlthough PHVs can stop to pick up or set down passengers at some London bus stops, it is recommended that drivers avoid these to reduce disruption to bus services. PHVs cannot stop at ‘bus stop clearways’ marked with a wide yellow line by the kerb and should not stop at bus stops on red routes. Taxis and private hire vehicles can pick up or set down customers in a bus lane even if they are not normally allowed to drive in it. The only exceptions are stretches of red route where stopping is not permitted because of the disruption this would cause to already busy roads. Taxi and private hire drivers should be aware that: Drivers should enter and leave the bus lane in the most direct and safe way Customers should never be set down in the middle of the road, even if the vehicle is stopped due to traffic - the driver must always get close to the kerb Private hire vehicles cannot stop at 'bus stop clearways' marked with a wide yellow line by the kerb. On red routes, both taxis and private hire vehicles cannot stop at bus stops marked with a wide red line by the kerb. At other red route bus stops, taxi and private hire drivers should avoid stopping to avoid disruption to the bus network Remember, only licensed taxi drivers can drive in bus lanes - private hire vehicles are not allowed. Licensed taxi drivers should check the signs at the start of the bus lanes, however, because there are a still a number of bus lanes they cannot use https://tfl.gov.uk/info-for/taxis-and-private-hire/parking-information
  6. there are agents every corner these days, doesn't worth taking the chances, Be careful with those private jobs !!
  7. Can you share those other exec companies LUED?
  8. Hi any idea when birmingham is going to reopen and accept new drivers

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      haji

      September when is the deadline for operator licence

  9. ask them directly, depending the rules stipulated by the council
  10. After uber commission you get between £15-18/hour, while exec maybe £20, Lux is ....????
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