Students give a realistic picture of Coventry taxi’s through surveys

Warwick Students’ Union conducted surveys on taxi services in Warwick and Coventry and the results were alarming. They found examples of different violations of the drivers like refusal for short fares, discrimination to disabled and sexism. They brought out the real picture, which otherwise would have never come to light.

This survey led the Coventry City Council to take necessary measures to curb such incidents and make it a safe journey for all. The campaign includes distribution of an advice card, which will help passengers to report their experiences of travelling in cabs to the Coventry’s taxi licensing team.

This helps to take care of incidents like the discrepancy in fare calculation and refusals. Both the taxi driver and passenger should be well versed with the rates, term and conditions and norms to be followed by the travel before boarding a taxi. Any case of complaint or compliments needs to be sent to the licensing team for better action. Visit cab company website to get best packages.

Both Warwick and Coventry Universities have agreed to active participation in the campaign for better service and to safeguard the interests of both parties. Students’ Union, along with local authorities plans to make taxi travel in Coventry enjoyable for all.