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8September

A tale of two centuries: A short story of New Zealand’s Taxi Service

From horse-drawn hansom cabs to the modern taxi of the new millennium the with their GPS receivers and satellite tracking, taxis and cabs have long been a feature of New Zealand’s cities. Many new immigrants have made a living driving...

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8September

To Buckle up or not; when in taxi

In May 2015 in New Jersey, one of America's most notable mathematician and Nobel Prize-winning economist John F. Nash Jr. and his wife Alicia lost their lives in a road accident. John and his wife were sitting in the backseat of their taxi while going...

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8September

The little known beauty of Slipper Island

At this time of the year, most of New Zealand is looking for a good holiday spot and if the place has a campground to offer then it's even better. But most places are pre-booked or has a lot of crowd pulled to itself. Getting a peaceful and serene...

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8September

Visiting Auckland this summer? 5 Tips on Hiring Discount taxi Auckland

Make the most of Discount Taxi Auckland Auckland is home to many attractive spots for tourists from within the country and outside. The Auckland airport receives thousands of passengers, day and night traveling both within and outside the country. Almost 80% of...

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8September

5 Things to keep in Mind While Hiring Auckland City Taxi

Auckland is New Zealand's largest city, home to millions of Kiwis overlooking the most attractive spots for tourism. The Auckland airport receives thousands of passengers, day and night traveling both within and outside the country. Being the most busiest city in New Zealand its...

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