Linda and Frank both work as controllers for Kwiker Kabs taxi firm but Frank is too shy to confess his feelings for her. Then smooth-talking driver Terry comes on the scene and starts to date Linda. However Frank discovers that Linda is not the only woman in Terry's life and that he is flat broke and using her for her money. He must decide whether or not to hit her with the truth.
Widowed pensioner Ronnie , who is beginning to lose his memory, befriends neighbour Helen and teaches her to drive. However he starts to suspect that her partner Tony is hitting her and calls in the social services. His efforts are not appreciated and she ends the lessons. Then he learns the truth about her situation and realizes that he can help after all.
Hayley Sullivan is shocked to find intimate photos, apparently of her school-girl daughter Ruby, posted on the Internet and inviting lewd comments. Though the pictures are removed Hayley discovers that Ruby is less innocent than she makes out and actually posed for the shots to impress an older boyfriend. Getting no joy from the boy's parents Hayley sets out to shame him publicly.
Angela has told everyone that her father Mick is dead since he is a chronic alcoholic and she has devoted her life to looking out for him, to the extent that when boyfriend Danny proposes she turns him down. As a result Danny prepares to leave town, forcing Angela to tell him the truth about her father and confronting Mick with her own needs.
Unassuming John is pushed by his wife Sarah into complaining about noise to the builders working next door, after a scratch appears on his car. His loud-mouthed brother Darren accuses the workmen and blocks the road, escalating an awkward situation, leading to a sacking and a neighbourhood row. When the truth about the scratch comes to light John at last decides to stand up for himself - against the right person.