'I was speechless': Darwin taxi drivers scaring passengers, instructor says standards have fallen

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With more than 30 years’ experience training taxi drivers under his belt, Les Whittaker reckons standards in Darwin are at a record low — with drivers commonly crossing solid lines, changing lanes on roundabouts, going through stop signs and “sometimes even through a red light”.


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