LOOKING FOR DRIVERS: Mark Di Rugiero has taken over the Biloela Taxi Service and wants you to help him expand the service.
LOOKING FOR DRIVERS: Mark Di Rugiero has taken over the Biloela Taxi Service and wants you to help him expand the service. Andrew Thorpe

Biloela's taxi service looking to expand with more drivers

MARK Di Rugiero wants his new business to pick up.

The colourful local is the new owner of the Biloela Taxi Service, and he is on the hunt for more drivers as he looks to add a second vehicle and possibly begin offering food delivery.

The company has already generated a lot of interest with its regular updates on social media, but Mr Di Rugiero said the increased demand was becoming difficult to service.

"We've started getting a whole heap of rides from the airport again and we're picking up regular bookings throughout the week as well," he said.

"It's becoming that flat out, not only do I need new drivers, I need a second taxi as soon as possible!"

"I've already got a few businesses that are keen to come on board (for food delivery) but while I'm driving I haven't got the time to go out and speak to more businesses and gain those extra contacts."

Mr Di Rugiero said to be eligible to drive a taxi all people needed was an open licence and be able to pass a police and medical check.

Anyone interested in signing up as a driver can call Mr Di Rugiero on 0473 246 176 or send a message to facebook.com/BiloCabs


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