Right-hand drive cars not to operate as taxis from January 1, 2021

Right-hand drive cars not to operate as taxis from January 1, 2021

access_time2019-04-17 13:15:37

Right-hand drive taxis will be prohibited from January 1, 2021, Tbilisi Mayor Kakha Kaladze said Wednesday at the meeting of the city government.

 

According to Kakha Kaladze, they have reached the agreement with the initiative group of taxi drivers at the meeting.

 


“The Right-hand drive taxi cabs will be licensed as Category B from January 1, 2021. They have one and a half years ahead to change the vehicles. We have made this decision as we know their condition well and we are giving them time  to replace their vehicles with left-hand drive cars,” Kakha Kaladze said.

 



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