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      Taxi drivers are running out of time

      Marta Kufel

      Marta Kufel

      Taxi drivers are running out of time

      Only until the end of the year, in accordance with the provisions of the Road Transport Amendment Act (the so-called “lex Uber”), taxi drivers can adapt their licenses obtained before 2020 to the requirements of the current legislation.

      “Old” licences will expire on 31 December 2022 and taxi drivers will not be authorised to operate a taxi after that date. Until now, only 250 entrepreneurs in Szczecin have completed the necessary formalities. That is why we encourage the remaining taxi drivers (there are about 1,400 of them) to adapt their licences as soon as possible and not to put things off until the last minute because due to the large number of applications, the waiting time for the new documents can become significantly longer.

      How do I adapt the license?

      Step 1

      You need to download and complete the BOI application form – 77 together with the BOI declaration – 63

      The forms are available on the eurzad.szczecin.pl website and at the City Hall information desk (right wing windows at the entrance).

      Step 2

      The application and declaration should be accompanied by:

      - copies of the registration document (mentioned in the license), together with the entry “Taxi”,

      - a copy of the document confirming the legal title to the vehicle (e.g. hire, loan, leasing contract, etc.) – in the event that the entrepreneur is a co-owner or the owner is another person,

      - a copy of the driver’s current medical and psychological examinations,

      - the original certificate of no criminal record from the National Criminal Register – applies to the driver (the date of issue of the certificate of no criminal record must not be more than one month prior to the submission of the application).

      Step 3

      Submit the aforementioned documents to the UM office in room 62 (windows 44-46) or to the UM branch in room 20. Documents may also be sent by post to the following address: Szczecin City Hall – Customers Service Office, 1 Armii Krajowej Square, 70-456 Szczecin or via the EPUAP platform.

      Interested entrepreneurs can obtain additional information from the Customers Service Office by phone: 91 424 5848 or 91 424 5604

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