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Today's vote extends the cap indefinitely, and restricts how much time drivers can spend 'cruising' without passengers in parts of Manhattan.

The TLC will hold a hearing on the new proposed changes this summer, with the mayor expected to approve them in August.

Since Uber cut its fares by 15% late last month, some drivers who work full-time on the platform say they've been extending their hours to the point of exhaustion.

This means that cabbies wouldn't necessarily have to prove that they understand traffic signs or can read road warnings.

"We kept saying 'Hey this is the wrong way, this is the wrong way, this is the wrong way!' And he was just like, 'It's okay, it's okay this is the right way.'"

A drunk real estate agent who attempted to make off with a taxi was caught after she was forced to pull over to throw up.

Taxi TVs are one step closer to being shot into the sun where they belong, following a vote by the Taxi and Limousine Commission on Thursday that approved a pilot program to replace the screens.

The Taxi and Limousine Commission is voting on a proposal today that would banish Taxi TVs from the city's green and yellow cabs, thanks to rampant unpopularity of the devices among both drivers and passengers.

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