Private hire operator - Door signs/Advertisements

Door Signs/Advertisements

Vehicles must display the operator’s door signs in prescribed positions at all times. This is set out in further detail in the Bassetlaw District Council Hackney Carriage and Private Hire Policy.

Any signs on a vehicle shall be confined to a notice fixed to one or both front door panels of the vehicle containing the following information 

(a)  Name of the Operator; and

(b)  Telephone number of the Operator

A sample or proof of the proposed door sign should accompany an initial application for an operator’s licence, or if this is not possible, should be supplied to Council as soon as practicable following the confirmation of grant of the licence.

A door sign that has not been approved cannot be used on a vehicle

No other advertising material shall be exhibited on the vehicle without the prior written consent of the Council. Any requests for such consent shall be reserved for consideration and a decision by the Council's Licensing Committee and shall relate only to the rear passenger doors and rear window of the vehicle.

Any proposed advertisements on the rear window of vehicles which shall cover the entire window shall use “Contra Vision” or similar technology to enable to driver to be able to see out of the rear window whilst allowing the advertisement to be seen from outside the vehicle. Details of the specification of the Contra Vision” or similar technology shall be included with the application to the Council.

 

 


Last Updated on Friday, April 12, 2019

Door Signs/Advertisements

Vehicles must display the operator’s door signs in prescribed positions at all times. This is set out in further detail in the Bassetlaw District Council Hackney Carriage and Private Hire Policy.

Any signs on a vehicle shall be confined to a notice fixed to one or both front door panels of the vehicle containing the following information 

(a)  Name of the Operator; and

(b)  Telephone number of the Operator

A sample or proof of the proposed door sign should accompany an initial application for an operator’s licence, or if this is not possible, should be supplied to Council as soon as practicable following the confirmation of grant of the licence.

A door sign that has not been approved cannot be used on a vehicle

No other advertising material shall be exhibited on the vehicle without the prior written consent of the Council. Any requests for such consent shall be reserved for consideration and a decision by the Council's Licensing Committee and shall relate only to the rear passenger doors and rear window of the vehicle.

Any proposed advertisements on the rear window of vehicles which shall cover the entire window shall use “Contra Vision” or similar technology to enable to driver to be able to see out of the rear window whilst allowing the advertisement to be seen from outside the vehicle. Details of the specification of the Contra Vision” or similar technology shall be included with the application to the Council.


Last Updated on Friday, April 12, 2019

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