This is lifted from biker.ie and I can't find the link to the site
What's the normal taxi rate?
I remember seeing something like this years ago in London City Airport.
More to the fact is, what regulationary body is supposed to oversee it, it's not a taxi service or hackney service, so not in the TRs remit. So who ensures they have the training/insurance etc.?
I do know that it's all legit but can't name the body. What I was wondering though was how much a taxi charges per km?
I found the site, be warned it's a digusting piece of design.
here is the tariff and only a 2 euro call out fee and plenty of boot space and u dont get wet. i dont think this will work. people who dont have cases wear suits
There is no classification for a motorcycle PSV although it technically is one, Bikes do not even require a roadworthy certificate. It is covered by insurance to carry pax for hire or reward.
Money dose not come into it if some exec sleeps it out or is late for a flight.
This is their site
I don't think the would be allowed use the word taxi anyway.
The concept has been around in London for quite a while
Not sure if there's a big enough market for it in Dublin.
Looks like it's not as clearcut as people think
What ever happened to this service.
I noticed that the account for its domain name is suspended.
It was really a solution for a gridlocked city. Something we don't have. Not surprised it went under.
A better solution would be scooters in towns and cities, offering half price fares to destinations within a few km's. Rain/cold is then not a major issue and once you dont have luggage.
Personally I'd use one for a short trip to the pub, though not sure about comming home