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Top 6 Phone APPs for Irish Taxi Drivers in Order of Importance

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Hailo

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waze

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ReplyCathee 24.05 10:17
Roy Hi Roy I hope you can help me please. I left a luggage in the boot of a taxi last Sun, 15th of May. The driver dropped us off Pro Cathedral in Cathal Brugha as we were attending a confirmation then. Thanks a mil.
ReplyCathee 24.05 10:15
Hello Roy. I hope you can help me please. I left my luggage in a car boot on Sunday 15th of May. The taxi dropped us off in front of Pro Cathedral in Cathal Brugha as we are attending a confirmation that day. Is there a way you can publish lost luggage?
ReplyAmy and kian 11.05 23:22
Hi all, we have a planned protest for July 2nd outside Leinster House in relation to car insurance rates for all. Would be delighted if you as a taxi community of Ireland could spare the time to stand with us and have our voices heard
ReplyAmy and kian 11.05 23:21
Hi all, We have planned a protest for July 2nd outside Leinster House in relation to car insurance rates for all. Would be delighted if the taxi community of Ireland could spare the time to stand with us and have our voices heard.
ReplyZogo 20.11.2015 15:10
Taxi app for drivers 7% commission on cash and card jobs
ReplyRoy 18.11.2015 10:23
Replaced with Lynk
ReplyRoy 16.11.2015 12:03
I will be removing the Uber app from the list today and replacing it with something else
ReplyBen 12.11.2015 21:59
More of a request than anything else. I think Uber should be banned worldwide.
ReplyRoy 12.11.2015 19:49
Is that an order?
ReplyBen 12.11.2015 18:30
Remove those Uber scumbags, total disgrace having that app there.
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