Here are a few tips to help your getting-around-town experience, be the best it can be.
Imagine having to travel for business or on vacation to a new area that is far away from home. Maybe you have not done a lot of traveling over the years so you think your only option is a TaxiCab service.
The majority of people traveling around the world trust that these services are honorable and would never take advantage of someone unfamiliar with the area.
So now that you have made all your flight and maybe even hotel arrangements, you have one last thing to consider, “How in the world am I going to get from point A to point B?” If you were lucky enough to book a hotel that has a shuttle service, your problems are solved as long as it’s within the operating hours.
If you find that your destination from the airport or bus station has no shuttle and you have no friends or family with available transportation, what do you do now? One option would be to hail a TaxiCab or another option would be a Ride-Sharing program, which just recently became a viable alternative within the last 10 years.
TaxiCabs have over 100 years of history in the United States with worldwide history that dates back to the 1870s. As you can see this profession has a long history with 100’s of millions of individuals who have used the service or have worked within the industry.
In the age of abundance and technology we as consumers are afforded the luxury of having many more options. The new kids on the block are called ride-sharing programs which use smart phone technology, cellular data networks, and the phone application to link it all together. As long as the service is available in the city you are currently located, you can request a ride at the push of a button and expect a car to show up within 10 – 15 minutes, on average.