During a taxi ride, you might ask your cabbie any number of questions, from, "How's your day going?" to, "Do you know a good place to eat?" There is one question that many people do not ask their drivers, but everyone should. Before leaving a taxi cab, you should always ask the cabbie for their card.
Taxi Drivers Have Cards
Although you might not think of taxi drivers as the type of people who carry business cards, most drivers have them. They are professionals who provide a service, and like other professionals they have business cards. Just ask for it, and most will gladly give you one.
The Benefits of Getting a Card
If you're single and the cabbie is cute, there's an obvious reason to get their card. It's an easy and polite way to ask for their number. Even if you don't have interest in going out to dinner with your driver, though, there are several benefits to getting their card.
The next time you take a taxi ride, be sure to ask for your cabbie's business card. Who knows when you'll want to leave feedback, request the same cabbie or need to track down a forgotten item? If you ever do, that card will come in handy. If you're looking for a taxi company in your area, contact Union Taxi.Share
27 February 2015
Many travelers face the same dilemma while on vacation -- is it better to rent a car or take taxis? I made some guidelines for myself to determine which transportation option to use during each vacation. First, I always rely on taxi-cabs in large cities, as I can walk many places and driving in heavy traffic is not for me. Rental cars are best for quieter locations. Second, I determine what is on my itinerary, if I have one at all. If I have a strict plan of where I need to go and when, then I take a cab. If I don't have a tight, planned-out schedule, then a rental car is more useful for driving around and checking out scenery. I created this blog to encourage others to stop stressing over which transportation option you choose and when. Make your own guidelines to make the choice easier.