You might be interested in airport transport, train station transportation or wedding cars. Cabs are a reliable, efficient, and timely means of transportation. You might also consider cab services if you plan to travel for shorter distances, such as to go out or to work. In Sydney, visitors, workers, and shoppers can use cab drivers to quickly get to their destinations. Here are some tips to help you hail and get your desired taxi:
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* Please read the signs
If you live in a city with many taxicabs, walk to the street or the side of the road. Look out for a cab and face the traffic. Before you hail a taxi, ensure that it isn't on duty or occupied. In Sydney, a sign with a number on the top of most vehicles will indicate that it is available. If the numbers or light is on, it means that the cab is available. If the lights are not lit or read "off duty", it means that they are not currently functioning.
* Please wait at the taxi stand.
Walk to a taxi stand if you can't find a taxi on the street. There are usually taxi stands in most areas of cities, particularly near tourist attractions, hotels, and train stations. It is worth waiting in line to get the next available taxi. You can also ask the hotel attendant to help you find one if you are unable to locate one. This would be to give the doorman a small tip.