Police have revealed on 21 unlicensed drivers have been fined in a month-long operation to see if taxi drivers are observing the Taxi Driving Regulations.
During the operation – between April 16 and May 18 – police also fined 13 taxis who had tinted glass on their windows.
Additionally, 49 drivers have been fined for not displaying their licenses in a manner that can be easily seen by passengers while another 29 were fined for not correctly displaying the taxi number and name of its service station on the cab itself.
One person has been fined for not having fixed the vacancy indication board on his cab.
A total of 156 persons have been fined for various offences since the regulations – unpopular with many drivers – came into effect, revealed police.