The new Chief Administrator for the Nevada Taxicab Authority which regulates Las Vegas taxi companies, recently stated one of his top priorities will be to address long-hauling by Las Vegas taxicab drivers. The practice of long-hauling is illegal and results in drivers taking a longer route that adds several dollars to the taxicab fare.
A former cab company supervisor alleges that it’s vigorously encouraged by some Las Vegas taxi companies.
According to an I-Team investigation, several control officers were ordered to stop writing citations for long-hauling.
Charles Harvey, the new administrator is proposing to require Las Vegas taxis to display approximate rate information inside taxicab vehicles.
How to File a Las Vegas Taxi Complaint
Contact the Nevada Taxicab Authority directly at 702-668-4000 or you may file your Las Vegas taxicab complaint online.
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