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Thread: Typical Taxi Driver attitude?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DKNY617 View Post
    Turns out my Taxi driver is one Kinky man.

    Which brings us back to the original question at the start of the thread:

    Quote Originally Posted by abbygirl View Post

    Is the ride bouncy? Smooth? Slow? Long?

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    Default To cab drivers

    There is no cab drivers in this forum? None of any?

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    Crabby airline hostess - stache's Avatar
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    We had a pedicab driver a while back.

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    Member milleniumcab is a taxi driver and frequent contributor to the forum's New York Taxi thread, which in retrospect is probably where this discussion should have taken place.

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    Senior Member DKNY617's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabrizio View Post
    Which brings us back to the original question at the start of the thread:

    Mostly bumpy and fast.

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    Default Long time surfer...

    ...first time poster. Let me say I am fixated with NYC as of late and would love to pay an extensive visit in the near future.

    So about taxicabs; is it possible to ride up front? If you get into the front is it a bit weird for the driver?

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    Disgruntled Optimist lofter1's Avatar
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    A cab will carry up to four passengers. In that case one would sit up front. When cabbing alone I've never asked to sit in the front seat.

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    More for the view through the windscreen than anything else

    Makes it easier to converse aswell if the driver speaks English.

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    European Import KenNYC's Avatar
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    A cab driver, in any city or country does not want you up front unless it's necessary due to space.

    If riding alone, you should be in the back, on the right side of the car (or vice versa in a country with right hand drivers position).

    In short, you should be where the cab driver is able to have eye contact with you in the mirror.

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    You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me? Then who the hell else are you talking... you talking to me? Well I'm the only one here...

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