Calls For Stricter Regulations On Rickshaws
Calls are being made for stricter regulation to govern rickshaws.
It's after the seizure of 19 rickshaws in the city over the weekend as part of a joint operation.
Gardai were assessing if the rickshaws were road worthy and in particular if the electronic motors attached to some of them required road tax.
Speaking to RedFM News, Councillor Joe Kavanagh says everyone needs to comply with the rules of the road:
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