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If and when I return to work, no one is getting into my car without a face covering
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Taxi Talk / Re: To mask or not to mask
« Last post by john m on July 12, 2020, 10:17:51 pm »
You wont ask because you will be handed your own arse by the answer .I seen a Junkie falling down the street earlier wearing an Irish Tracksuit and Adidas Runners I said to our kid hey look at the athlete he must be because he looks like one she told me I was a fucking idiot .Just like the idiots who think we are Public service vehicles .Everything is not like it looks .
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Looks like we dont count ---

EXPLANATORY NOTE
(This note is not part of the Instrument and does not purport to be a legal
interpretation.)
These Regulations provide that members of the public shall not, without
reasonable excuse, travel by public transport without wearing a face covering.
Public transport under the Regulations encompasses all bus and rail services
provided under contract with the National Transport Authority (NTA), LUAS
services and commercial bus services licensed by the NTA.
It is an offence not to comply with a request by a relevant person to wear a face
covering. It is also an offence not to comply where a relevant person refuses
entry to a public transport vehicle or where a relevant person requests a person
to alight from a public transport vehicle. Relevant persons under the
Regulations are officers, employees or agents of public transport operators or
the National Transport Authority.
The Regulations do not apply to children aged under 13 years and do not apply,
in certain circumstances, to drivers of public transport vehicle
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Taxi Talk / Re: Sunday Times Taxi Story
« Last post by john m on July 12, 2020, 09:49:16 pm »
Shame nobody here signed up for the interview, would have been nice to have someone to slag

And you wonder why I think he is a cunt .
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Taxi Talk / Re: New Toyota Corolla.
« Last post by Panel on July 12, 2020, 09:48:32 pm »
I’d guess that MFHs break even point is Tuesday afternoon, and then there are some lads who’s break even point is Friday morning at 3am.

I can see valid arguments for both sides, but I’d imagine it’s better to take a night off work to go for a pint or some other leisure activity than it is to have a 201 Skoda looking at ya in the driveway that needs it’s monthly installment paid.
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Taxi Talk / Re: Sunday Times Taxi Story
« Last post by Punter on July 12, 2020, 09:39:03 pm »
The Southern Chauffeurs got a good bit of PR on the 9 pm RTE News--did a drive tru in Shannon to make their point--good spokespeople also !
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Taxi Talk / Re: Sunday Times Taxi Story
« Last post by vandriver on July 12, 2020, 09:32:22 pm »
Freenow drivers are back to normal according to them
..
Even better than that - they claim business is up 41% on last year, despite being in a pandemic.  Impressive work (if you can get it).
That's 41% up on last week.
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Taxi Talk / Re: Sunday Times Taxi Story
« Last post by Justin Time on July 12, 2020, 09:09:07 pm »
It is a certainty that if you have a screen you will be failed by the NCT and or the suitability ???
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Taxi Talk / Re: New Toyota Corolla.
« Last post by mercenary for hire on July 12, 2020, 08:47:39 pm »
Nah I'm deffo not making more as I barely work unlike yous lads but my break-even point is earlier.As the cash completely vanishes I'll spend a little more but not loads.
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Taxi Talk / Re: Sunday Times Taxi Story
« Last post by Shallowhal on July 12, 2020, 08:45:29 pm »
Anyone reading this would just say get another job taxi scum demand isn't bouncing back for a couple of years.The fact that some drivers are signing off the 350 means there's enough work for now.I don't see any real problem until we're all back on the road being forced to take discounts.

Are the NTA still recruiting?They were just a few months ago.


The real question is when are we getting the meters changed to get 3% extra?  rofl

FN made sure they got their 3% first!!
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