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wheelchair accessible taxis

  • 12-09-2022 3:09pm
    Registered Users Posts: 27

    I am a wheelchair user and since the covid pandemic I have been finding it difficult to get a taxi, although I am in a wheelchair I have no problems transferring into a normal taxi however it has to be in the front seat and since covid most taxi drivers wont let passengers use the front seat and as far as I am cocerned these so called specialised transport services overcharge to use them, last week I contacted a company that has wheelchair accessible taxis to inquire about the price to use their service to get from crumlin to clondalkin they gave me a price of €40, after this I went on the transport for Ireland website and the same journey would cost €18.40 - €26.60 a difference of €13.40 - €21.60, how do they get away with it.