Tfl Taxi Licence

Taxi Tfl License

Check whether a private rental driver, vehicle or permanent establishment is registered. Taxis & Rental Privat licenses These pages are aimed at taxi riders and car owners, landlords and those who hold or apply for a driving licence. We explain how we use your personally identifiable information to manage taxi and rental car licenses in London. Credit cardholder information used to make payments for a licence request or car registration shall be encoded and saved in accordance with the credit cardholder information safety standard.

According to the German Federal Act on Privacy, TfL may only use person-related information if we have a valid justification or "legal basis" for doing so. There are a number of these juridical bases on which we depend in the case of taxi and privat rental: The TfL is required by law to operate the taxi and car rental business in London under the London Hackney Carriages Act 1843 and the London Act 1998.

These laws apply to the registration of taxi riders and charterers, taxi and charter cars and charter workers. TfL must therefore gather and use your personally identifiable information to perform this role and to comply with our statutory duties. If you consent, we may elect to exchange or obtain information with DVLA as part of your license request; sometimes we may also need to gather or retain information that is designated as "special class personally identifiable information".

Taxis and rentals for individuals consist of the following: Moreover, UK data protection rules have included information on accusations, trials or convictions relating to offences in the specific category of data collected under EU rules. The majority of the personally identifiable information we store is provided by you in your license agreement and related additional information.

It may be necessary for us to check the immigrant visa of the applicant and, in the case of privately owned landlords, of all persons listed in the operating licence. When applying for or renewing a personal rental driving licence, you may need to prove a certain level of knowledge of English.

Since these organizations are TfL-neutral, you should review and fully appreciate their data protection statement and general business policies before you book a test. Since these organizations are TfL-neutral, you should review and fully appreciate their data protection statement and general business policies before you book a test. The TfL may also check other information about you, your staff or agents or your car during the time your taxi, your rental car or your driving licence is in effect.

In this way it is ensured that you are still fit to keep your license. For more information about this, please refer to the section Passing on your own data. Privately owned rental companies are obliged to give us information about all our chauffeurs and cars at certain times. Occasionally we may also ask the operator to give us particulars of client complaint receipts.

It can contain information about the driver as well as about the customer. Various TfL divisions exchange information about taxi and individual licence holders and cars as part of our on-street compliancy and enforcement work. Such information shall cover any vehicle exempted from the road tax and information on when a licence holder obtained a penalty notice for a breach of the road transport rules.

We also supervise cars to make sure they comply with the congestion charge, and we can ask an Owner, Registrar or Drivers for acknowledgement that a car has been used for personal rental at a particular time and ask for proof to check this - e.g. a copy of the Reservation Data Set and the Personal Rental Driving Licence.

Taxis, individuals and members of the general public who contact us through the services they receive may submit to us personally identifiable information about licence holders. This information may be used by us to determine whether it is appropriate to discontinue or withdraw your license. Occasionally, we may e-mail you news letters and newsletter regarding questions of taxi and rental car license and operations in London.

Your personally identifiable information will not be shared with other companies for commercial use without your permission. Selling or renting your personally identifiable information to third party for a specific use. From time to time, TfL may use aggregate or impersonal taxi and/or rental license information to conduct research and analyses, e.g. to evaluate the efficacy of street or passengers security measures.

Persons cannot be traced back to this information. We store person-related information of taxi and privat e cars, taxi and privat e rental driver and privat e rental in accordance with a predefined waste management plan. Time limits for the retention of information are deemed appropriate to allow us to perform our legal and governmental approval duties.

Our licensees' private sphere is taken very seriously. There are a number of sound guidelines, procedures and technological procedures in place to monitor and secure your ability to gain entry to and use your personally identifiable information under taxi and retail rental licenses. According to applicable laws, we must notify you when we do something "automatically" with our computer or other system or make an automatic determination (without anyone being involved) that significantly affects you.

The TfL does not make any decision regarding taxi or personal rentals exclusively on the basis of the use of automatic equipment, database or computer use. At TfL, we have agreements with a number of third-party vendors that assist in the day-to-day operations of our license operations. The exchange of information shall be carried out in accordance with the applicable provisions on personal privacy.

The TfL also communicates personally identifiable information with a number of other companies as part of the licencing procedure and to secure the continued suitability of a person or entity to own a license once granted. The exchange of information shall be carried out in accordance with the applicable provisions on confidentiality.

The TfL is legally obliged every two years to pass on information about licenced taxi and individual riders to the Cabinet Office as part of the National Fraud Initiative. In order to notify the licensee shortly before each of these disclosures, we will post a taxi and rental announcement.

If you have commissioned a third person to carry out a car service on your behalf: When you are a landlord, you can nominate on your own name an appointed agent or a person with daily responsibilities for the company. Certain restricted information for licensees may be made available to the general public if required or permitted by applicable law and if disclosure is in the general interest.

For example, the name of the license es and their associated tag or license numbers, and the state and expiration date of those licenses. When you have registered a car, the license plate, number plate and expiration date can also be provided in the same way. Information may be published about persons whose license has been terminated due to unlawful advertising.

The TfL will never disclose the home address of a taxi or rental licence holder on-line or in a public registry. It is also possible for us to disclose information about any landlord who has been sentenced for a crime after execution by the TfL. Aggregate or non-personal information and statistical information may be disseminated to a number of outside interest groups who have a part to play in assisting in the implementation and adherence to taxi and retail rental regulations in London.

This includes the City of London Policy, the Metropolitan Policy Service and commercial associations representing the taxi or retail rental sector in London. Persons cannot be traced back to this information. Under certain conditions, the disclosure of personally identifiable information to the policing (and other law enforcing ) authorities is allowed under privacy laws if it relates to the purposes of preventing or detecting criminal offences and/or arresting or prosecuting them.

Prior to such disclosures, the law enforcement authorities must prove that the relevant person-related information is necessary for the purpose of conducting a due and diligent inquiry. Their name and their contacts can be passed on to an outside research enterprise, in order to accomplish on the order of TfL searches among license holders. The research will focus on the TfL's responsibility for licence, regulatory and integrative aspects between taxis/private hirers and other components of the transportation system.

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