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AMA Taxis for Taxi Hire, Airport Transfers, Corporate Days, Golf Trips, Sightseeing Tours, Castle & Whiskey Trails, Courier Service. AMA Taxis are licensed by Aberdeenshire Council. They cover the Aberdeenshire area including Blackburn, Westhill, Kintore, Kemnay, Inverurie, Kinellar, Hatton of Fintray, Oldmeldrum and Newmachar. Business trips, social outings, and journeys to / from Aberdeen airport and heliport can all be catered for. Advance booking is recommended. Payment by card is accepted via secure, in vehicle, chip & pin terminals. Advance payments and deposits can be taken securely over the phone through our online virtual terminal. Monthly account facilities may be available to corporate and business clients, please call them for details. AMA Taxis use custom built, wheel chair accessible, mult-seat taxis licensed to carry 7 passengers. In addition their Private Hire Cars and 4x4 vehicles are licensed to carry up to four passengers. Vehicles are cleaned daily, valeted on a regular basis and are mechanically maintained to the highest standard. All vehicles are inspected and tested every six months by Aberdeenshire Council hackney licensing engineers. They carry fully comprehensive insurance for all vehicles including up to 10 million public liability cover.

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