class="mw-headline" id="Etymologie">Etymologie[edit] "I' m a taxidriver" passes here. Also known as a taxicab or driver's cabin, a taxicab is a kind of car that can be hired with a chauffeur and used by a lone or small group of people, often for a non-shared journey. Taxis transport travellers between the sites of their choosing. Taxis are divided into four different types, each of which differs slightly from country to country:

Dispute over whether smartphone-based ridesailing should be governed as taxi cabs has led some courts to create a new class named Transportnetzgesellschaft. In 1907 Harry Nathaniel Allen of the New York Taxicab Corporation, which in 1907 was importing the first 600 gas-powered New York taxis from France, lent himself to the term "taxicab" from London, where the term was used in early 1907.

1 ] "Taxicab" is a composite term composed of the contracts "taximeter" and "cabriolet". "Taxi " can eventually be traced to ????? [4] at ?????, which in ancient Greek means "to put into a certain order", such as ordering an ordered line of battle,[5] or ordering tax payment,[6] in so far as ????? (taxidi) now means "journey" in Greek, and is first an ordered army walk or an ordered army offensive.

A " convertible " is a kind of horse-drawn cart, from the English term "cabrioler" ("jump, capers"), from the German "capriolare" ("jump"), from the Roman "capreolus" ("roebuck", "wild goat"). 10 ] In 1625 cars were provided by restaurateurs in London, and in 1636 the first cab stand on the beach in front of the Maypole Inn emerged.

The military governor of Paris, Joseph Gallieni, assembled about six hundred cabs at Les Invalides in the centre of Paris on 7 September 1914 to bring troops to the front in Nanteuil-le Haudoin, fifty kilometres away. Every cab transported five troops, four in the background and one next to the other. The rear lamps of the cabs were illuminated only; the riders were told to track the lamps of the preceding one.

There was little in the way of troops transported by cab in the Battle of the Marne, but the effect on France's morals was tremendous; it became a sign of loyalty between the armies and the people. Over the last few years, some have added special modification cars that can transport people in wheelchairs to their fleet.

There are different names for such taxis: barrier-free taxi, cab suitable for wheelchairs or wheelchairs, taxi modify or maxicab.... In most cases taxi cabs for wheelchairs are especially designed small transporters or mini van. With the help of the rider, users in wheelchairs are charged via an elevator or, more generally, via a loading platform in the back of the car. A few taxi cabs are able to carry only one person in a single chair at a given moment and can usually take 4 to 6 extra, non-disabled persons.

In most cases taxis for wheelchairs are part of the normal vehicle pool and therefore not reserved solely for use by people in wheelchairs. For this reason, and since only a small portion of the median vehicle population is being altered, chair passengers often have to delay a lot longer when they call a taxi, and marking a altered taxi on the road is much more challenging.

Taxiing in less developped places can be a very different kind of adventure, like the old fashioned car in Cairo. Since March 2006, however, newer state-of-the-art taxi models have joined the ranks of various privately owned businesses. There are other differences between taxis: London's classic taxi has a large pocket for carrying your bag, while many fleet members of normal taxi trucks have numbers for taxi wheelchairs (see above).

Though taxis are traditional saloons, mini vans, tailgates and even SUV taxis are used more and more. Chauffeurs also drive in many towns, mostly in rivalry with taxis and at higher rates. In most places, a cab can be "called" or "marked" on the side of the road that approaches it.

A further possibility is a taxist and (sometimes also known as) "taxi stand", "hack stand", "taxi stand" or "taxi stand". As a rule, taxi ranks are found at aerodromes, train stops, large shopping centres (malls), hotel and other places where a large number of people travel. At some places - e.g. in Japan - the ranks are sorted according to the sizes of the different types of vehicles, so that large and small cabins are separated.

Taxis on the front of the line are due (subject to abnormal circumstances) for the next ticket price. Collecting people from the road in these areas may result in the suspended or revoked driving licence or even in criminal proceedings. Others may have a mixture of the two schemes, where riders can react to radiocommunications and also take off road charges.

Taxis are sometimes sent from their taxis; a call to "Top of the 2" means the first taxicab in line is expected to meet someone at booth #2. Taxis in radio-controlled office environments are often followed by means of magnet nails on a "board" - a plate with an etched card of taxis in it.

Taxifrequencies are usually licenced in pairs of duplexes. That means that the riders usually cannot speak to each other. There is a Taxicab Radio Service in the United States with couples dedicated to this use. You can also license a cab service in our Radio Service. UHF operating frequency is also licenced in couples to allow the use of a repeater, although cab operators normally use the couples for dual communication.

However, in many jurisdictions, the impact of cellular carriers through 8294 quality speed-dial numbers or the like, which route million of cellular traffic to TAXI contractors (such as 8.2.9. 4 speed-dial numbers mean T.A.X.I. on every cellular device in the world), influences the development of TAXI calling patterns, which were first influenced by the advent of large residential or virtually wireless communities.

Also, impartial taxiboaters, as well as taixi businesses began responding to advertisements for long vanity telephone numbers, as well as 8294 number codes as vanity for tieri, for customers who can easily remember their business line when they need a tieri. Due to the overpowering ownership and use of the cell telephone, the fight has shifted to a smart phone-related CRM system of smart phones related advertising and cell service for cabs via cellular Universal Directory of Traffic Information (TAXI) available globally in any cell telephone in the city centre or at the airports, as cellular directory such as www.8294. alternative to the hard copy issue hard copy version of Gelbe Seiten, and also in the face of increasing global competition with the introduction of several cellular applications, site service, cab pricing and calls directly to taxiIs on behalf of the latter, the introduction of several cellular applications, the site service, cab pricing and calls directly to taxiIs on behalf of the latter.

Continuing trends in mobility are gradually changing the way the cab industry is run, originally conceived as an almost permanent infrastructural industry governed by city halls. Taxis are developing in the context of the telecommunications industry with the emergence of Smartphones. A number of nations such as Australia, Canada, Germany, the UK and the US are developing applications on smartphones that link cab operators directly to customers to handle cab service orders and new struggles to market such appliances to launch the would-be cab driver population.

Taxis are determined by the state and city in which they apply. Included in the price is the "drop", a fixed amount charged for boarding the cab and the "per mile" tariff fixed by the city. Taximeters record both times and mileage in a standard taxonomy.

The United States is a walnut industrial longing for the amount of cash a chauffeur must prepay to rent a cab for a certain amount of rental periods. As soon as this amount is deducted from the ticket price, the rider begins to make a win. Drivers "in the fast lane" try to regain the acquisition costs.

Though in Las Vegas, Nevada, all taxis are company owned and run and all driver are staff (hence no start-up costs and earns a percent of each fare). So, "in a hurry" means just being next in a cab rank to pick up a passanger.

Various states have different rules for the enrolment of cab drivers and adherence to the rules: Each year, there is a taxonomy license regulation that determines the maximal number of cabs in certain areas. In order to be entitled to participate, you must have a tax license available from ABLIS. The trade organisation is the NSW Taxicab Council[31] and offers a way to become a taxidriver.

Application for SA government SA driving credentials [34] and subsequent education with a licensed trainer. Operators must respect working hours and keep a driver's logbook[39] with the obligation to train undertakings and operators, as the P-binding course has been discontinued. New Zealand Taxis Federation[40] is the New Zealand Taxis Federation for New Zealand.

For the most seasoned taxidrivers who have been working in the same area for some time, it is important to know the main roads and places their clients want to go. To facilitate the processes of manually navigating and remembering the taxidriver (and sometimes the customer), however, a taxidriver is usually provided with a detail road map of the area in which he works.

Many of Malaysia's and Singapore's taxis run on CNG (compressed petroleum gas). Founded in 1917 in the United States, the Taxicab, Limousine & Paratransit Association (TLPA) is a non-profit commercial organization of and for the personal transport sector. Throughout the world, the company's current memberships include 1,100 taxi operators, limos and limo service providers, airports shuttles, unemergency ambulance carriers and para transit service providers.

Reduced pricing because more cabs compete in the open skies; lower running cost stimulated by increased competitive activity; increased competitiveness brings better service levels and better reputations; new innovation such as stock exchanges and specialised disability care products, new niche products; increased demands for cab service as price falls and service levels improve; illegal driving becomes legitimate, possibly eliminates problem, towns saves cash as they do not need to design and implement regulations.

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