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Taxi-packaging and advertising documents
All 4 taxi door panels are foil wrapped and can last up to one year. Make a PDF of your information available to us or let us help you with the free design of your advertisements. It' a 2x5 inches taxi receipt sheet. One half of the front of the blank is default, with the costs of your trip etc., while the other half contains your advertisements.
On the back of the receipt, a voucher, QR etc. can be offered for your company or other information about your products or more. They can also put a barcode on the taxi car and taxi receipt so walkers and travellers can use their smart phones to load their information.
Every taxi rider will receive a colour receipt sheet, which is another way to keep up with your promotional results. Minneapolis is the city center of Minneapolis and all of our taxi services depart to all major cities. Every taxi rider distributes an estimated 1,800 tickets per cabin per calendar year. Focus surveys show that your ad is more than 6,000 exposures with a taxi on an 15 hours meanay, with extra spectators attracted by particular occasions or congresses.
PRICES INCLUDE ADS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE CABIN AND FREE PUBLICITY ON THE TAXI RECEIPT SHEET. The minimum promotional minimum is 5 cabs for three moths at $267.00 per metre per taxi from September 1 to October 31, 2018. the price is are all expenses inclusive of manufacturing expenses.
Taxi service at airports angry about new regulations for payment cards
Hundreds of taxi riders at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport are angry at new regulations that monitor the way taxi fare is handled by taxi cards. MAC now demands that taxi operators put a swipe in the back of each cabin, which, according to the European Banking Authority, is a safer way of paying.
Over 374 taxi riders at the airports petitioned for a ruling, triggering a general consultation last weekend. Riders say our cardholders are charging a 7 per cent commission on each deal, plus $25 per months, and a three-year agreement with a prepayment fine of up to $700. A lot of taxi riders like to use a favorite smart phone accessories for making payment by car named Square, which calculates a 2.75 per cent commission for each transactions.
User strokes their debit cards through a dice machine and then logs on to the telephone display. Vouchers will be sent by e-mail or text. San Francisco-based, fast-growing Square Inc. launched the small annex about eight years ago and today generates a total of nearly $50 billion in annual payments.
Patrick Hogan, MAC spokesperson, said that the committee was reaching 16 similar U.S. cities while investigating the new rules and found that 10 allowed the use of Square in taxi cars and six did not. "Hogan said in an e-mail that our problem wasn't with Square. "We' ve just tried to use a regulative terminology that deals with customer complaints" about taxi debit cards in general.
Those complains involve concerns that schemes were not safe or that buyers could not pull through their own credit cards, Hogan said. Other people said that the receipt sent by e-mail or text was not complete. Hogan said the most profound grievance was that once the passenger arrived at their final destinations, some taxi driver said their car's processors didn't work and forced them to make payments in hard-copy.
Under the new regulation, no specific scheme of taxi processing is required for taxi cards - which is up to the taxi company. However, the engine must be safe, allow the customer to make the purchase himself, and deliver an exact and full receipt. Taxi services licenced in other towns use the square. St. Paul does not specify the nature of taxi gear for making loan cards, said Dan Niziolek, assistant general manager of the Ministry of Security and Inspections of the town.
"It' s possible that some St. Paul operator use quadratic devices," Niziolek said, stating that the town has not gotten any complaint about taxi cards in recent years. Minneapolis probably has space for some cabs, but the municipality demands that the bank accounts be connected to the taxi companies and not to the driver, said Grant Wilson, the municipality's managers for licenses and retail banking.
Under the regulation, the 787 taxi cabs operating at the airports were to be equipped with the new facilities by July 1, but Hogan said the regulations would not be implemented until the MAC decided to change the regulation.