Salford Taxi Transfers co-owner, Stuart Ryan, has said that his firm will stop offering crucial services to help people with disabilities and school going kids. That’s if Britons continue crowding forecourts to stick up on fuel. He said this while highlighting the damaging impacts the anxiety at the pumps is adding to lives and business.
The angry minicab driver stated that without the cab drivers being the roads, that implies they don’t have money for their families at home.
As a result, they could have less food every week for everyone.
The driver, who is based in Salford, went ahead to say how ridiculous it is that individuals are lining up for fuel in the manner they have been for the last few days.
He also mentioned that he knows people need fuel. However, they don’t have to line up to get it. Fuel may be at the station and remain there if nobody goes to fuel up.
This mini cab drive stated this as he requested Britons to stop panicking and get what they only need because it might start to impact the lives of other people.
However, in a guiding moment, the driver stated that he has spotted some drivers blatantly ignoring fuel distribution and topping up their cars to the overflow without caring for other people.
Lack of HGV drivers has led to the supply chain problems with garages up and down the nation was forced to shut down because of the fuel shortage.
Burwell, Cambridgeshire, co-op manager, Steve Smith shared his surprising experience of disrespect at the hands of the public and told Britons on his social media Facebook page, he would not agree to it.
He wrote: “It’s with great sadness I post this but due to incidents today I feel I have to.
“May I remind you verbal abuse will not be accepted by any of my colleagues…
“Is there a shortage of fuel? Simply no, it’s a shortage of drivers across the UK.”