Vehicle graphics completes the first taxi in new livery for Guildford Borough Council

Vehicle graphics completes the first taxi in new livery for Guildford Borough Council

This week saw the Reade Vehicle Fleet Graphics Team delivering the first fully wrapped taxi in the newly adopted Guildford Borough Council Teal livery.

Sales Director David Gerrard was delighted to meet the vehicle owner Richard Gough and Councillor Graham Ellwood at Guildford Borough Council to show off the completed vehicle.

This is the first of 200 taxis to have new livery following the Council’s decision to change the livery earlier this year. Guildford Borough Council are contributing to the cost of the work to help early adopters of the scheme.

Vehicle graphics completes the first taxi in new livery for Guildford Borough Council

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