Thursday, 15 December 2016

Reliance Taxis Come to Cirencester

South African born Jan Coetzee, owner of Reliance Taxis, Cirencester, is using all his transferable skills from his ten year military career to run his company and is building up a good reputation through the quality of the service he provides.   

He prides himself on offering a professional taxi service to his customers throughout Cirencester and the Cotswolds.  All of his drivers are friendly and helpful and registered with the local authority.  They are always willing to go that extra mile (sometimes literally!) to ensure their customer’s journey is safe, smooth and punctual. They will help load or unload your belongings and do their best to accommodate any special requests.


“We will always show up at your chosen pick-up point in good time, to ensure you reach your destination relaxed and stress-free. And we charge a fair price.” says Jan, proudly.

“We are recruiting more drivers now, so if you are interested, and have the same high work principles as we do, please call me to apply, on 077 877 906 44.” he added.

Jan’s clientele are both residential and commercial, and as well as weddings, school runs, social activities, holidays and business trips, his drivers also work for local authorities, schools, hotels, hospitals and corporates, as well as doing regular airport transfers.

Currently, Jan is working on plans for developing his business in the future, including guided tours of the Cotswolds.

Following his second Afghanistan tour, and having been in the forces since 2005, Jan moved to 29 Regiment in Cirencester last year, but decided to leave the army following changes to the pension scheme in April. He then spent several months working for a private security company protecting valuable cargoes from Somali pirates in the Indian Ocean!

However, Jan felt his work commitments were keeping him apart from his wife Janie, and young family for far too many months at a time. He wanted to see daughter Alexis, four, and one year old son Logan, on a daily basis, instead. So he thought long and hard about a future career based at home in Cirencester, and decided to retrain and set up his own company, Reliance Taxis, founded on army principles of reliability, punctuality, organisation and hard graft.  At 34, Jan feels the mid-thirties is a good time to start a new career as he has the benefit of experience and time is on his side. He’s glad he made the break and says it’s working out pretty well so far.

Reliance Taxis will be open over the Christmas and New Year period, so please book early on 077 877 906 44. www.reliancetaxiscirencester.co.uk

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