Driver Mohammed Liakot Ali hopes that’ll make it easier for him to become his own boss.

Ali was among the cabbies who left their driver’s seats Tuesday to park themselves at an announcement of a legislative probe of their industry.

The announcement, made by state Senate Majority Leader Martin Looney, took place at Union Station, where some cabbies wait in line to pick up fares up to 12 hours a day, seven days a week—in return for taking home $400 weekly, if they’re lucky.

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