A Prince Edward County taxi business is getting a chance to remain on the road.
Terry Rand appeared in front of council at Shire Hall last night (Tuesday) asking council to re-instate his taxi licences.
At issue was the lack of safety certificates needed for the six vehicles, as well as the six month vehicle safety certificate as required in the by-law.
Chief Building/By-Law Officer Andy Harrison told council if Rand had all the proper paperwork he’d be willing to re-instate the licences but Terry’s Taxi service is currently operating without a licence.
Council voted to re-instate the licences with a number of conditions required to be met by Rand.
Those conditions require the proper paperwork within a week and a six month safety certificate by March 1, 2019.
If the conditions are not met, the licences will be revoked.
Rand told council he has operated his business in Picton for 24 years and currently employs 18 people.