That's because all those wacky foriegners can't understand you anyway. They'd rather just drive than try to figure out what you said. :jest:Jeff Koch said:Has anyone read the pricing sheet on the door of the taxi?
"20 cents extra if you talk to TAXI driver"
Sounds about right for NYC! I suspect our Mr Ragan, himself a former NYC dweller, had a hand in this ...
NYC taxis are some of the fastest cars in the world.CTWLSMIKE said:In NYC, the way the taxi drivers drive, YOU DON'T WANT TO TALK TO THEM! Unless you are stuck in traffic, which is rare in NYC (yeah right), they shouldn't be disturbed when making those death defying maneuvers to get you to your destination.
I can't imagine owning an old/former Taxi ... let alone one from NYC? :dude:Swifty said:One of my coworkers drives a retired NYC Crown Vic taxi. I had to pick this one up (yes, I got one for him too). I think his has been converted to run on natural gas (that, and the decals have been removed).