We always knew that our drivers were ace. Singing for passengers, returning forgotten property helping London charities are just a few of the reasons why Hailo drivers are such a hit with passengers. But now we've discovered that they are also the most media-savvy drivers around, even crashing poor old little Kylie's interview on ITV's Day Break :(
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We're giving away a bespoke 'Taxi Tour' of London and two runner-up £50 Taxi Vouchers as part of our partnership with Social Media Week London (September 24-26, various locations). Entering is fast and easy.
Cabbie-turned-singer Aiden Kent is known to entertain his passengers with the stylin' songs of Frank Sinatra on occasion, but the recent descent of the world's media on London has helped Aiden catch the eye (and ears) of a television station from Indianapolis, Indiana.
What do Laura Marling, Brian Wilson and Jack White have in common? As well as being A-List musicians, they've also performed their songs live in the back of a London black cab. In this BackToFront interview, Hailo driver Mark Solomon talks to Chris Pattinson, the founder of the amazing 'Black Cab Sessions' gigs.
Is Hailo making your London life more fun, convenient or safe? If so, we've put aside some free taxi rides and a bit of cash to help fund a few little London adventures. If you're willing to share, that is.
Forget going to that posh health club and wasting all your energy on a pointless treadmill. The London-based GoodGym wants to turn your extra calories into good deeds for the community. Watch Hailo driver-interviewer Neil Chadwick as he chats to GoodGym founder Ivo Gormley in his black cab.