Become a Frankston Taxi Driver Today
If you are seeking a new career path and wish to be your own boss, become a Frankston Taxi driver today!
Once trained, we will connect you to your new fleet of Taxi Operators and you’ll picking up fares in no time.
You first need to obtain a taxi driver accreditation from the Taxi Services Commission (TSC) the TSC are the governing body of the Victorian Taxi Industry. You also need to apply for an Australian Business Number (ABN) and be registered for the Goods and Services Tax (GST).
Once you have obtained an ABN number and become an accredited driver by the TSC, the next step is to call 03 9786 7251 and discuss your training options.
If you are currently active with West Suburban taxis or Geelong Taxi Network, then you can attend Frankston Taxis offices during business hours 8am to 4pm to obtain a pin.
If you have more than 3 months of driving experience with a Melbourne based Network Service Provider, call our administration office to discuss your options.
To drive a wheelchair accessible taxi (WAT) in Victoria, drivers need to complete a two-part module assessment. The first module is a theory module that needs to be completed before you can start the second module, which is a practical assessment conducted by Silver Top Taxis. The theory module is conducted by Genix Ventures at level 1, 18 Kavanagh street, Southbank, you can book it here.
Do I need any previous driving experience?
No, as long as you have obtained your driving certificate from the Taxi Services Commission.
How long does it take to complete the practical assessment and what day is it held?
The course takes two sessions to complete and approximately three hours for each session. The course assessor will contact you and arrange a date and times for each session.
What does the course consist of? And how much does it cost?
Please call the depot to find out about any possible costs.