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Provides taxi services around the greater Sacramento area, including all regional airport vans available for larger groups. We accept credit card payment.
Web file for taxis and hail vehicles
When you are a locket holder, agency or a hail basis, you must submit and settle your travel taxes online via our website using your Online Services Money Transfer Money and your online services bankroll. Filing a declaration containing travel information: any Hail Licence you are representing (if you are a basis for hail).
For more information, as well as due date information, see Information on taxi and heliporting. In order to begin web registration, you must first sign up with the Inland Revenue as a taxi cab and taxi car sender (hail car holders do not need to sign up). Failure to sign up will prevent you from submitting and paying your travel taxes.
Please see registration for taxi and helicopter taxis for directions. If you have not yet done so, please apply as a Taxi Cab and apply to the local revenue office (see above). Sign up or set up a Business Online Services subscription. After logging in, choose Other Levies from the Services drop-down list on the far right.
Choose Taxicab Webdatei ( if you do not see Taxicab Webdatei, you may not be registered). Do you not have an affiliate yet? Don't set up a dedicated online service for each medal holder you represents. Instead, open an affiliate with your agents ID and set up a returns with travel information for each locket.
We' ll also send you a verification e-mail directly to your Online Services area. They must directly from your banking accounts by debiting the due taxes. Important: Your giro transfer may be blocked from your giro transfer and your giro transfer will be rejected. Please ask your local banking institution before you set up a acceptance giro.
No 3041.00 - Taxi drivers and chauffeurs
Collection of customers from pre-arranged places, taxi ranks or cruises in busy areas. Recording of name, date and taxi ID data on journey forms, together with travel information such as when and where to collect and return, and overall charge. Farsightedness - The capacity to see detail from afar.
Nahsehen - The capability to see detail at the closest possible distance (within a few meters of the viewer). Verbal understanding - The capacity to hear and comprehend information and ideas presented through speech. Precision of control - The capability to quickly and repetitively set the control of a machinery or craft to precise locations.
Multi-limb coordination - The capacity to co-ordinate two or more extremities (e.g. two branches, two feet or one branch and one arm) while seated, standing or reclining. Response Time - The capability to react quickly (by hands, fingers, or feet) to a given audio source (sound, lighting, image) when it occurs.
Reaction-oriented - The capacity to quickly select between two or more motions in reaction to two or more different light, sound and image beacons. These include the rate at which the right reaction is initiated with the hands, feet or other parts of the human being. Deep perception - The capacity to assess which of several subjects is nearer or further away from you, or the separation between you and an subject.
Timing - The capacity to switch between two or more actions or information resources (such as language, sound, contact or other sources). Steadiness Arm-Hand - The capability to hold your hands and arms still while you move your arms or hold your arms and hands in one notch.
Dazzle Sensitivity - The capability of seeing an object in dazzling or clear light. Skill - The skill to quickly move your palm, your palm together with your arms or both your palms to grab, manipulate or put together items. Verbal expression - The capacity to convey information and thoughts while talking so that others comprehend.
Perimeter vision - The capability to see or move from subjects to the side when the eye is looking forward. Sensitivity - The capacity to recognize when something is not right or is likely to go awry. Velocity Control - The capability to schedule your motion or the motion of an item of gear in advance of changes in the velocity and/or heading of a motion target or sequence.
Orientation - The capacity to know your position in terms of your surroundings or to know where other properties relate to you. Voice Recognition - The capacity to recognize and comprehend another person's language. Auditorial attentiveness - The capacity to concentrate on a singular audio resource in the midst of other disturbing noises.
Inductive thinking - The capacity to aggregate information into general sets of general principles or inferences (including the search for a relation between apparently independent events). Order of Information - The capacity to order things or acts in a particular order or in a particular scheme according to a particular regulation or scheme (e.g. number schemes, characters, words, images, maths operations).
Select alertness - The capacity to focus on a particular job over an extended amount of space of time without being diverted. Clarity of speech - The capacity to talk clearly so that others can hear you. Torso strength - The capacity to use the stomach and lumbar vertebral musculature to sustain a portion of the torso either repetitively or continually over the course of your life, without "handing it out" or getting tired.
Handwritten comprehension - The capacity to interpret and interpret information and thoughts presented in paper. Object, Action and Event Identification - Identify information by category, estimate, recognize difference or similarity, and recognize changes in circumstance or event. Assist and Carry Out Others - Provide individual help, health help, emotion help or other individual caring for others such as employees, clients or people.
Building and nurturing interpersonal relations - Development of productive and co-operative working relations with others and their long-term care. Object manipulation and movement - Use your hand and arm to handle, install, position and move objects and manipulate things. Self-regulation - Job demands calmness, emotion control, rage control and avoidance of aggression, even in very challenging circumstances.
Collaboration - The role demands a comfortable working environment and a good-natured, collaborative mind. Business integrity - Jobs require honesty and ethics. Care for details - The work demands care in detail and thoroughness in the execution of work assignments. Care for others - Work demands sensitivity to the needs and emotions of others and comprehension and helpfulness in the workplace.
Reliability - The job demands reliability, a sense of responsibility, reliability and the fulfilment of commitments. Stresstolerance - The work demands critique and a calm and effective handling of high stressful conditions. Adaptivity/flexibility - The job demands openness to changes (positive or negative) and to great diversity in the job. Sovereignty - Job demands the development of one's own actions, leadership without or with little oversight, and dependence on oneself to do things.
Think Analytically - Job involves the analysis of information and the use of reasoning to tackle work-related concerns and concerns. Leading - Job demands the readiness to leading, to take responsibility and to give opinion and instructions. Job accomplishment demands the definition and maintenance of personal performance targets and the efforts to accomplish them. Initiatives - Job demands the readiness to take on responsibility and challenge.
Perseverance - Work demands perseverance in the face of obstructions. Inventiveness - Work demands creativeness and alternate ways of looking at things in order to come up with new ways of tackling work-related issues. Orientation - The profession demands that you prefer to work with others rather than alone, and that you are personal with others in the workplace.