Kirklees Council-funded taxi for special needs pupils clamped outside school

Kirklees Council-funded taxi for special needs pupils clamped outside school
 

Schoolchildren with special needs were delayed on their journey home after a taxi mini bus – contracted by Kirklees Council – was clamped by enforcement officers.
Huddersfield firm GT Taxis were due to collect children – many of whom who have complex learning difficulties – from Lydgate School in Holmfirth on Monday afternoon.
But the vehicle was spotted by licensing enforcement officers from the DVLA and found to have no insurance on their number plate tracking system.
The vehicle was fitted with a yellow metal wheel clamp and another vehicle had to be sent to ferry the children home,... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 29
Source: Examiner
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