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law of motor cars, hackney and other carriages.

Bonner, George Albert Sir.

law of motor cars, hackney and other carriages.

An epitome of the law, statutes and regulations.

by Bonner, George Albert Sir.

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Published by Stevens in London .
Written in English


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StatementByG.A.Bonner and H.G.Farrant.
ContributionsFarrant, Henry Gatchell.
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Open LibraryOL13674194M

A “private hire vehicle” means a motor vehicle constructed or adapted to seat fewer than nine passengers, other than a hackney carriage [i.e. a licensed taxi] or public service vehicle or a London cab or tramcar which is provided for hire with the services of a driver for the purpose of carrying passengers. Licensed Hackney Carriages. Boston’s Taxis, historically called Hackney Carriages, are licensed by the Police Commissioner under the authority of Chapter of the Acts of The Hackney Carriage Unit is the oldest specialized unit in the Police Department, founded the same year as the Department in

Taxis have been licensed for more than years – the legislation for hackney carriages pre dates the invention of the motor car dating back to – and private hire vehicles were first licensed almost 40 years ago. D. MOTOR VEHICLES AND HACKNEY CARRIAGES. con iig«5got5ux)§§S oaçIscjcoosqpssÇSGpn THE BURMA MOTOR VEHICLES ACT- [India Act VIII. ] (1st April, ) PART I. Preliminary. 1. * * * * i 2. “ Motor vehicle ” includes a vehicle, carriage or other means of Definitions, conveyance propelled, or which may be propelled, on a road by.

  Tramcars, railway carriages and motor-cars are dealt with in other articles. History.—A wheeled carriage appears to have been in very general use in Egypt at an early period, called a car or chariot (q.v.); in the Bible the word is usually translated “chariot.”. Hackney carriage vehicles can be found at the ranks around Clitheroe and they can be hailed in the street. These vehicles have a roof light with the word TAXI on them. They have a blue plate affixed to the rear and a smaller version affixed to the windscreen which carry details of the expiry date, licence number and vehicle registration.


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Law of motor cars, hackney and other carriages by Bonner, George Albert Sir. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The law of motor cars, hackney and other carriages; An epitome of the law, statutes, and regulations Paperback – March 5, by George Albert Bonner (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: George Albert Bonner.

A hackney or hackney carriage (also called a cab, black cab, hack or London taxi) is a carriage or car for hire.

A hackney of a more expensive or high class was called a remise. In the United Kingdom, the name hackney carriage today refers to a taxicab licensed by the Public Carriage Office, local authority (non-metropolitan district councils, unitary.

hackney carriage in Motor vehicles topic. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English hackney carriage hack‧ney car‧riage / ˈhækni ˌkærɪdʒ / noun [countable] British English 1 TTB a carriage pulled by a horse, used in the past like a taxi 2 (also hackney cab formal) TTC a taxi.

HACKNEY CARRIAGE RULE BOOK 1. Drivers Licences New Applications A The applicant must have been the holder of a valid driving licence (NOT being a provisional licence) authorising him/her to drive a motor car in the UK for at least 12 continuous months, immediately prior to the date hackney and other carriages.

book application. Hackney Carriages are the oldest form of hire vehicle in England and Wales with documented reports of a hackney carriage as early as in London.

In fact hackney carriage is still the official name used to describe taxis. It has often been said that the law on taxi licensing is complex and dis-jointed.

Hackney carriage fares in Bury could soon rise for the first time in 12 years. A public consultation is set to get underway regarding the potential increase of fixed rates for hackney carriages.

motor car in Motor vehicles topic. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English motor car ˈmotor car noun [countable] British English formal or old-fashioned TTC a car Examples from the Corpus motor car • No deduction is made in respect of the joint portion because, for example, one can not buy or drive half a motor car.

• Los Angeles is often thought of as being the. TAXI Black Cab Hackney Carriage Lapel Pin Badge. Taxi black cab hackney carriage lapel pin badge. Classix transport treasures austin fl1 hackney carriage, black boxed.

yellow gold hackney carriage, (horse and carriage, old style taxis), lovely item, it is hallmarked, f. Roads Act CHAPTER An Act to make provision for the collection and application of the excise duties on mechanically-propelled vehicles and on carriages; to amend the Finance Act,as respects such duties; and to amend the Motor Car Acts, andand the Development and Road Improvement Funds Act, ; and to make other provision with.

(1) Notwithstanding anything in the Act ofa District Council shall not grant a license to drive a hackney carriage – (a) unless they are satisfied that the applicant is a fit and proper person to hold a driver’s license; or (b) to any person who has not for at least 12 months been authorised to drive a motor car, or is not at the.

Every wheeled carriage, whatever may be its form or construction, used in standing or plying for hire in any street within the prescribed distance, and every carriage standing upon any street within the prescribed distance, having thereon any numbered plate required by this or the Special Act* to be fixed upon a hackney carriage, or having thereon any plate resembling or intended.

The first hackney carriage licences date from Licences applied literally to horse-drawn carriages, later modernised to ‘hansom cabs’ that operated as vehicles for hire. Inthe Galway Urban District Council brought in bye-laws to be observed by owners and drivers of hackney carriages.

Hackney Carriage & Private Hire Policy August Section One Private Hire and Hackney Carriage Drivers Licences. 1 Newark & Sherwood District Council is responsible for the issuing of licences to individuals who wish to drive either Private Hire Cars or Hackney Carriages. Legislation is available in different versions: Latest Available (revised):The latest available updated version of the legislation incorporating changes made by subsequent legislation and applied by our editorial s we have not yet applied to the text, can be found in the ‘Changes to Legislation’ area.

As the law differs according to whether one is in London and whether one is dealing with hackney carriages or private hire vehicles, this book focuses solely on hackney carriage licensing in London. It is intended to serve as a practical reference guide for the busy licensing practitioner, regulator in London, or anyone having an interest in.

Guide to Taxis: Unlicensed Hackney Carriage Drivers. It is an offence to drive a Hackney Carriage (taxi with a yellow or white plate at the rear of the vehicle stating that it is a Hackney Carriage, usually with a sign on top, which can be hailed in the street) without a valid licence issued by the local authority.

Obstructing Another Hackney Carriage. It is an offence for the driver or any other person having charge or care of a Hackney Carriage (a taxi with a yellow or white plate at the rear of the vehicle stating that it is a Hackney Carriage, usually with a sign on top, which can be hailed in the street) to obstruct any other driver of a Hackney Carriage from carrying out their business (i.e.

A Hansom cab, in Buckingham Palace Road, London, in Photograph: Popperfoto/Getty Images I rent my cab from a garage run by the deputy master of the Worshipful Company of Hackney Carriage. London taxis are controlled by numerous London Hackney Carriage Acts, dating back toand various other acts, orders and regulations.

One of these governs the fact that, once a driver has stopped to pick up a passenger, he is legally bound, if requested, to carry him any distance up to six miles from central London (Charing Cross). Moriarty's police law: an arrangement of law and 37 other sections not shown convicted Courts Act crime Criminal Crown Court custody document driving evidence exceed false Finance Act give guilty hackney carriage heavy motor car highway holder includes indecent indictable offence justice lamp liable licence licensed premises.

The committee’s major task appears to have been monitoring the various types of license applications (i.e. Hackney Carriages, Motor Car Drivers, Motor Car Owners, Carters and Motor Omnibus) and dealing with any petitions, complaints or correspondence referred to it.

For instance, this excerpt from Page of Volume 2.drivers of hackney carriages plying within the district in their several employments, and determining whether such drivers shall wear any and what badges 5.

The driver of a hackney carriage provided with a taximeter shall - (a) when standing or plying for hire, keep the key, flag or other device.Hackney Carriage Laws apply to hackney carriages (which is also variously called a cabs, black cabs, hack or London taxis).

‘Hackney Carrage’ is an old fashioned term that goes right back to when the UK parliament approved “An Ordinance for the Regulation of Hackney-Coachmen in London and the places adjacent”.The legislation was intended to address the .