By Matt Garrick
ABC News

Accusations of misconduct have been levelled against the taxi industry in a remote Northern Territory town, including credit cards being “held hostage” and a driver selling a pack of cigarettes to a passenger for $75.

The accusations come at a time when the two main taxi operators in town, Gove Transport and Gove Taxi Services, are embroiled in a fierce rivalry currently being investigated by the NT’s Organised Crime and Drugs division.

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