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Are you looking for a new role? Perhaps you’re thinking about a change in career? Would you like a position with complete flexibility and control over the days and hours you work? If so, then read on…

All the Sevens Taxis are looking for hard-working, reliable and punctual individuals to join our team. With part-time and full-time positions available, you are in charge of the hours you work.

From airport transfers, school runs, council contracts, shopping trips and tourist drop-offs, business is always booming, meaning there are plenty of hours to take advantage off.

Why Choose All The Sevens

Do you want to work for a busy, reputable and successful business? As a company, we are doing extremely well. We have built up a strong reputation and it is our aim to maintain our high levels of customer service and satisfaction.

We offer a range of vehicles and will pick up customers throughout South Wiltshire and West Hampshire. We also have Salisbury’s only walk in taxi office in the centre of the City, meaning customers can sit and wait in comfort for you.

Driving In Salisbury

Two days are never the same when you are a taxi driver in Salisbury and driving around our beautiful city really does have it’s perks. From Stonehenge, Sailsbury Catherdral, The close straight through to the town and marketplace, the views are more than pleasing to the eye.

Would you like Salisbury to be your new office? Would you like to work with for a great company with an even better team? If so, then get in touch today. Call us on 01722 777777 or email

Gary Taylor – All the Sevens
Salisbury’s First Choice Taxi Service

The Sevens approach – trying to be different

Why do taxi drivers need training?
What do you do when you see someone do something ridiculous on the road?
Sound your horn? Shake your fist?

Well – taxi drivers can’t do that and it’s my job to make sure our drivers behave in the best possible way all of the time, no matter what happens in front of them.

I have seen some extremely bad examples of safe driving and so have my drivers. It seems that cutting people up on a roundabout is quite common – many times drivers don’t indicate and make a snap decision at the last moment. As taxi drivers we don’t just drive for ourselves we have to try and anticipate what others might do.

Always keeping a cool head and a pragmatic attitude on the road. This is where good training comes in. Some people think that anyone can get in a cab and drive – it really isn’t that straightforward.

Every job should come with training so why would taxi drivers be exempt from this. The BTEC Level 2 qualification in taxi driving comprises nine modules which cover all aspects of professional taxi or private hire driving.

I am a firm believer that the best professionals have as much training as possible in order for them to stand out from the crowd. Being a trainer for the World Host customer service programme has made me a firm believer that customers do come back if they are treated respectfully, fairly and efficiently. I take every booking personally because customers are important to my business and its growth.

The BTEC qualification covers everything from driving standards, very important when you are dealing with people who do not take care on the road, customer services, the rules and regulations which set the boundaries for our profession.

What about health and safety? While we are transporting passengers anything could happen our drivers need to know that their cab is safe and what to do if anything unexpected happens. Driving conditions, wheelchair restraint all need attention and I make sure our drivers are adhering to these things.

At the end of the day it’s all about the passenger experience, the happier they are with their journey the more likely they are to come back and to tell people about us.

Gary Taylor – All the Sevens
Salisbury’s First Choice Taxi Service