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27 Jan 2020 7:40
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    Police are urging taxi drivers to monitor their fatigue, and keep accurate log books

    Police are urging taxi drivers to monitor their fatigue, and keep accurate log books


    Three Queenstown taxi drivers were ordered off the road during a police operation over the weekend.

    Senior Sergeant Mike McRandle says the drivers were too tired to be behind the wheel.

    He says there were also a few who need to keep better track of the hours they've worked.

    McRandle says it's essential drivers have plenty of rest, and keep on top of their fatigue.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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