Good luck finding a cab right now in Manchester, because as of Tuesday afternoon, all 18 taxies owned by two local companies are suspended from service. Manchester police inspected 17 of the cabs and failed all of them. Some were bad enough they had to be towed away. One cab, owned by Manchester Taxi never showed up for inspection so it is automatically suspended. Queen City Taxi and Manchester Taxi Dispatch operate the cabs. Police say the more minor violations can be quickly corrected, so some taxis will soon be back in service.
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