Brighton and Hove Streamline taxis are the oldest taxi company in the city.
Formed as a drivers co-operative in 1936. Today after all these years we are still going from strength to strength. Originally starting with less than 20 cars and now boasting a fleet of over 350 vehicles and 600 drivers.
If you are a resident of Brighton and Hove or here just for the weekend, a stag or hen party, maybe a conference even, you can be assured of a great service from the best taxi company in the city.
Streamline Taxis are the preferred taxi provider for Roedean School, EF Language School Brighton, EF Language School in Hove, American Express, BUPA, Southern Trains, Embassy Language School and Brighton University Medical Schools.
Streamline being the oldest taxi company in Brighton and Hove doesn't mean that it has lagged behind with technology, all our cars are fitted with the latest GPS tracking systems. What does this mean to you the customer? It means that if you call for a taxi, the automated system will locate the nearest available taxi to you and automatically dispatch it.
A frequently asked question is what type of vehicles do you have?
The answer is many, from 4 seater saloon cars to 4 seater WAVS, (Wheelchair accessible), all the way to 8 seaters with wheelchair access.
All the WAV drivers have been specially trained in the safe loading and unloading procedures of wheelchairs.
All Streamline Taxi drivers have been fully police checked. This is why Streamline is used by so many of the language schools and of course Roedean itself.
Because you are our most important customer, we will pick you up from your home, from one of Brighton and Hove many restaurants, the shops or even the major airports.
Streamline Taxis are Brighton and Hove.
Streamline, as a Brighton and Hove institution work hard as fund raisers for the Martlets Hospice in Hove, whose end of life care is second to none.
If you read any of the Peter James Brighton crime novels, you will at some point find his hero D.I. Roy Grace jumping into a Streamline taxi.
The photos below are of our telephonist Harry flying the Streamline-Martlets Hospice flag on Ben Nevis. The other photograph is the distribution of toys for a local radio station's Christmas Toy Appeal.