A Look at London Taxi Services
London taxis are probably the best option to view this beautiful English capital city with ultimate comfort and privacy. In fact, a drop to airport or railway station from hotel, or vice versa, is also available from london taxis service. There are several private taxi services available in London. Both prepaid and postpaid services are available. Some of the most popular and renowned cab providers available in the city are Hertz, Thrifty, Fast Cars, London Chauffeurs, Rent-O-Car, and Europcar. They are reliable and have reasonable rates.
When discussing about taxi fares in London, then there is one major factor to consider. Is it a post paid or prepaid taxi that has been hired? If hired a postpaid taxi, then fare will be judged through a car rent meter. It will display a certain rate on reaching the destination. Accordingly, the rider has to pay.
However, payment can be done through cash or card. This type of a payment option makes it easier to pay for taxi fares. When talking about prepaid services, then payment needs to be made prior to the ride. There are booking counters from where cars need to be hired. The concept is very similar to railway reservation. There are rate charts available for renting vehicles of different type. And then, there are rate charges for travelling distances also available. Both will count during the booking procedure.
Accordingly, money needs to be paid. In return, the client will be provided with a receipt. This receipt is the journey ticket. It needs to be shown to the car driver before the journey. At the end of journey, the receipt will be punched/stamped (in some places, a part of receipt is kept with the driver) before allowing the passenger to leave. Prepaid booking for taxis can also be done through the internet.
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