Cabbie’s licence revoked for failing to renew £55 MOT » National Taxi Association

Cabbie’s licence revoked for failing to renew £55 MOT » National Taxi Association

Aqeel Maqsud Kayani did not MOT test his vehicle as required by Reading Borough Council despite reminders being sent from the licensing department A Hackney Carriage driver who failed to renew the £55 MOT on his vehicle has had his licence revoked. Aqeel Maqsud Kayani, of Rosedale Crescent, Earley , did not MOT test his vehicle as required by Reading Borough Council despite reminders being sent from the licensing department. The council revoked the 29-year-old’s Hackney Carriage Vehicle (HCV) licence and he appealed against the decision at Reading Magistrates Court on September 9, 2014. He lost that appeal and was ordered to pay costs of £1,000. Mr Kayani appealed against the magistrates’ decision and appeared before Reading Crown Court on Friday, May 1, 2015 to argue his case. The court heard the council had sent Mr Kayani a letter in June 2013 reminding him his MOT was d...

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