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ra′dio car`


n.
a police car equipped with a two-way radio.
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THE firm that owns Birmingham and Solihull's largest taxi group, A2B Radio Cars, has pledged to raise a minimum of PS75,000 over the next three years for a leading children's charity as part of its 'big drive' to end child abuse in the UK.
One Call - (Excel, A1 and Seaforth) One Call is a relatively new firm, which is the result of a joint enterprise between established companies Excel Cars in Dingle, A1 cars in Huyton and Seaforth Radio Cars.
The company owns Dragon Taxis in south Wales, which operates in Bridgend, Cardiff and Newport, as well as Leeds-based Amber Cars and A2B Radio Cars in Solihull and Birmingham.
PREBOOK TAXI AT Just search for Ju se 247 Radio Cars Buckland QC, has referred the sentences of all offenders to the Court of Appeal under the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme.
Veezu already owns Bridgend based Radio Cabs, Dragon Taxis in Newport and Solihull based A2B Radio Cars.
And police visited nearby Churchill Radio Cars on Wednesday but the controller there added: "The officer said they were looking for the guy with the burka and were asking all the cab firms in the area.
We have a large number of police officers deployed, we have light towers deployed, radio cars patrolling.
Some Shomrim units, like the one in Borough Park, operate large fleets of police vehicles, including riot vans and radio cars.
DESSIES BLUEBOY, winner of the A2B Radio Cars Midland St Leger at Hall Green last month, has been retired after connections felt he should go out with that victory fresh in the mind.
Their father George, 61, is a director of Thornliebank Radio Cars.
TAXI firm Britannia Radio Cars Merseyside has become one of the largest cab operators in Prescot and Whiston, following the purchase of a rival firm.