While a Sydney taxi (or one anywhere in Australia for that matter) is usually quite comfortable, we don’t have a unique and instantly recognisable taxi design. This is not the case everywhere; some places have very notable taxi designs, and perhaps the most iconic, instantly recognisable taxi in the world is the London Black Cab.
Etiquette rules apply to almost any social norm you can think of, yet they may differ all over the world. There are even etiquette guidelines that apply when you book a taxi in Sydneyor elsewhere in Australia.
Travelling safely and efficiently for work is something that affects businesses and employees all over Australia, but no more so than in our busy capital cities. It’s crucial that business travel, whether it is locally for meetings, or to and from the airport for more distant travel, is managed efficiently, planned ahead, and receipted properly.
We’ve talked in past articles about why taxis are such a great way to travel, and we’ve explained why the ingogo app is such an innovation in taxi booking in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide. More and more passengers are discovering for themselves how beneficial ingogo is and how convenient it can be to book, track, and pay for your fixed fare taxi instantly via your smartphone.
Is there anything more exciting than going to the airport to embark on a holiday? Maybe that 6 am
But is there anything more frustrating than having to park your car at the airport for exorbitant fees? Or worrying about the surge pricing of your Uber? Or being concerned that your taxi won't turn up on time?
Booking an ingogo taxi in advance to take you to the airport is the answer.
Here are five reasons why you should take a taxi through ingogo when you need to go to the airport.
So many of us regularly make a taxi booking in Sydney or elsewhere, yet we rarely if ever think about the history of the taxi. Have you ever wondered how (and when) taxi cabs came to be? Like so much we take for granted, most of us just assume they have always been there…
It’s a question that many of us ask when we hail or book a taxi or Uber: With so many drivers out there, not all of them required to follow the same training and security checks, it can be a matter of concern for some passengers.