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Kincardine reminds of Taxi License Requirements after Complaints of Unlicensed Operators

Kincardine requires operators to hold a valid municipal taxi driver's license in order to operate taxis, limousines or other vehicles for hire.

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The Municipality of Kincardine issued an update today to residents on taxi licensing after receiving complaints about multiple persons running unlicensed taxi services.

Kincardine says it requires operators to hold a valid municipal taxi driver’s license in order to operate taxis, limousines or other vehicles for hire.

The Municipality requires both the vehicle & driver of a taxi meet certain criteria including confirmation of insurance, safety checks every two years, and valid vulnerable sectors and driver’s license check.

To identify a licensed taxi, look for such things as a  taxi light on its roof, vehicle must have a meter and the driver’s identification must be posted within the vehicle.

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