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Check the sites of other taxi operators on-line. Search their service and tariffs. Think about whether your area needs a different taxi service. It may not be the best move if you are living in a relatively small city that does not have much traffic for cabs. Create a roster of ways to differentiate yourself from your competition by providing shuttle airports, discounted fares or large group transporters.
Look for cars and devices. Buy cars that have already been adapted for use by taxi to help reduce your workload.
Application for licences and insurances. If you are going to drive, obtain a professional licence from your car dealer. Sign up your cars and ask for the necessary inspection. Request a trade licence in the bureau of your scribe. Meeting with an insurer to determine the nature and amount of cover you need.
Check with other taxi operators where you can get the best insurances. Central locations are best if you serve your whole town. Select a driver who has already taken a taxi and, if possible, already holds a commercial driver's license. Request copy of trip logs and credentials from former businesses they worked for.
Promote your taxi service. Promote in your own newspaper. Ensure that you provide your service and address information on all your promotional material. Generate and share flyers with vouchers to win new clients for your company.