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New Taxi Shows Off Better Features
There is a new auto manufacturer in town. And it aims to actually change and revolutionize one of the transportation businesses – the world of taxi cabs.
The group has already been able to create its own taxi cab model and this vehicle would be shown off at the upcoming International Association of Transportation Regulators 19th Annual Conference. This big event would be held this week at Washington’s Seattle Renaissance Hotel. According to its creators, the Vehicle Production Group, they call this taxi the Standard Taxi and it has been made to be low in volume and has been especially just for paratransit and taxi cab use. But it means that for those taxi cab owners, it would be quite a feat if they would still be able to use their extra Lincoln Aviator parts if this new taxi needs some replacement parts.
The company further boasts that this new vehicle has been designed and engineered by the best engineers one can find in the automotive industry. Marc Klein is the president of the Vehicle Production Group and he explains, “The Standard Taxi fills a void in the transportation marketplace. Not only does it address problems that exist with vehicles currently used as taxicabs such as lack of comfort, space, and cleanliness, but it accommodates passengers of all ages and abilities.” Also, it was disclosed that the Standard Taxi has been successfully created for it has been able to meet the industry’s needs for a taxi that is very cost efficient and would be able to provide all the concerns and needs of those who would be using it. Of course, this list could include the passengers, the drivers, the owners, and everybody else in between.
Passengers would be given much safety by the Standard Taxi and they could also find great space and room once they are inside. Of course, the space has been made so much so that it meets the standards given by the United States and Canada. As per the taxi’s owners and driver, they would be able to benefit much and make great amounts of income.
About the Author: Pamela Hewitt is marketing consultant of a successful auto body shop in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This 39 year old is also a prolific writer, contributing automotive related articles to various publications. She is also an offroad enthusiast.