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19 April 2013, 13:44
The 'Sound Of The Underground' singer faces six months without driving after her recent conviction.
Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding has been offered the free use of a taxi during her six month ban from the road.
The 'Something New' singer was disqualified from driving for six month earlier this week (16th April) at a hearing in London, after being caught behind the wheel while chatting on the phone.
Taxi company GetTaxi say they "sympathise" with the girl band star and have offered Sarah free use of a six-seater cab during her ban, which comes complete with blacked out windows so she can avoid paparazzi snappers.
"We can sympathise with Sarah being instantly recognisable and hassled by the public," managing director Roy Manor told the Daily Star, when asked about their offer.
Check out a picture of Sarah Harding leaving Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court in London this week below (Credit: Getty):
The Girls Aloud singer has yet to comment on whether she has taken the taxi company up on their offer of free transportation.
The UK girl band announced their split last month on the final night of their 'Ten' reunion, leading to rumours Sarah is now planning to launch a solo music career.