Maxi Cab Key West

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Key West, FL. Number one cab company in Key West. And the driver of that cab decided it was a great thing to leave me behind.

The Maxi Taxi in Key West is giving Min Distance. Friday, August 17, 2012

It was a great thing for the taxi cab operator to leave me behind. He' soon finds out I'm slowing down for aggressively riders. Maxi-Taxi guys were approached about this, but they were unconcerned about his riding, so I open it to the world.

It'?s a nice place devastated by an imbecile who shouldn't be working in a taxi cabin to get around. Also, I would like to give a word of warning to poor riders that humans are now getting miniscule dash cameras for cover against con. It is not my aim to catch those who don't go well with my shots.

Aim is to catch the uniqueness of the USA. However, if riding is over the top, I think others should know about it.

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Deregulation of the taxi is the answer? -

138 commentaries on Blue Paper Uber papers fuel the controversy over the deregulation of the Key West taxi cab sector. However, the upper limit for taxi licences set by the municipality has given them extraordinary value. For example, the taxi operator Five Sixes and Maxi Taxi has 43 of the 56 taxi companies.

There are currently a total of 72 taxi licences, of which 8 are independant and 8 are ADA licences. If the city were to decide to remove the limit and allow others to move forward without restriction, at an estimate of $200,000 per licence, that $9 million in portable licences could become quite useless.

There is a bottleneck in how to balance the increasing popular backing for lower -cost and quicker "carpooling" opportunities such as Uberx and Lyft with the city's tendency to maintain a regulation system that has provided a tried and tested and relatively trouble-free taxi system for years. Martin Maness, 51, was the first Key West Uber rider to spent a prisoner' nights in prison last weekend for the felony of "working without a license".

Catch-22 is that under the current rules, no new independant cabbie can obtain a compulsory rental car driver's licence from the city. Specifically, it authorizes the City of Key West to operate the service. The first case would exempt the city from anti-trust liabilities. However, for Key Westers, the issue is not only whether the city has a statutory right to expel Uber and other carpools from the city, but also whether it should.

On many fronts, Washington DC included, politics has put corporations like Uber and Lyft on the street while others are still struggling with their hands and feet. Current taxi operators want Uber and the like... gone. According to them, the removal of the authorisation ceiling and the opening up of the sector to unfair trade would be a major error, resulting in higher fares, bottlenecks, parking difficulties, bad services and uncertain consumer terms.

One of these was Key West, which in 1985, under the leadership of the then Commissioner Emma Cates, the parent of the present Mayor Craig Cates, partly de-regulated the taxi sector by abolishing the maximum number of licences. In 1984, the FTC also filed suit against the New Orleans and Minneapolis municipalities, accusing both of establishing unlawful anticompetitive practices by merging with taxi cab companies to enforce rules that restricted the number of taxi cab licences, raised prices and removed non-competitive practices in breach of anti-trust legislation.

Whilst some towns are still fighting the "over-attack" and (in our case) even sending over-drivers to a cooling room overnight, it seems that every single passing week a new town is deciding to become part of the new carpooling scheme. As recently as yesterdays, Los Angeles International Airports became the biggest of its kind in the world, announcing that they would welcome the rideshare operators.

The governor of Arizona, Doug Ducey, dismissed the chief of the state's regulator, the Arizona State Governor, Doug Ducey, last January, who carried out spiking surgery to disable Uber and Lyft, and the state legislative then passed laws specifically designed to protect carpools. FTC reacted positively to the city of Anchorage's 2013 proposal for the stage of inclusion and de-regulation, a plan that could be of interest to Key West.

In Anchorage, the number of licences is also restricted by regulations and licences are carried for up to $150,000. Anchorage' s proposed liberalisation provides for a progressive extension of the number of licences by up to 10 authorisations per year. The new licences, however, would not be assignable. There would be a steady growth in the number of authorisations and "the possibility to carry over taxi authorisations would be completely phased out by the end of 2022 and there would be no limit on the number of taxis after that date.

" It is hoped that until 2022 the holders of old assignable licences would have derived significant commercial benefits from the use of these licences, sufficient to offset the depreciation, and that riders would have had the possibility of becoming businessmen. The development of a more accessible and faster answering system for taxis could lead to a significant expansion of the customer base, involving not only tourist but also more local people, low-income earners and pensioners.

An OECD survey on political questions relating to the regulatory treatment of taxis has been carried out with the involvement of 19 democracies around the world, the United States included. Anaud and Naja have been living in Key West since 1986.

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