Taxis and Cabs of Kolkata


Taxi Services in Kolkata

Taxi Services in Kolkata
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The taxis and cabs of Kolkata are very comfortable to travel in. If you want to take a swift ride of Kolkata, the taxis and cabs should be the first choice for they can take you easily into the lanes of Kolkata. Generally, the ambassador models are used for taxis but these days Maruti vans and Maruti Zens are also running on the streets of Kolkata as taxis and cabs.

Generally the taxis and cabs of Kolkata run on diesel and petrol but recently some of the CNG driven models have been seen on the roads of Kolkata. You can easily recognize such taxis as they are painted green to symbolize their environment friendliness. These taxis and cabs of Kolkata do not pollute the environment.

Similarly, there are some special taxis and cabs in Kolkata for tourists, who cannot bear the humid and hot weather of Kolkata, called 'Blue Arrow'. These are air conditioned taxis in Kolkata. They are available at every taxi stand.

Another special feature of taxis and cabs of Kolkata is that for emergency purposes they are available all time. You can easily avail taxis from the nearby taxi stand and for the benefit of the people every area in Kolkata has its own taxi stand.

Recently electronic meters have been introduced to the taxis and cabs of Kolkata to stop malpractice by the drivers of taxis and cabs in Kolkata. These meters are the proof of authenticity, so check the meter before you take the cab.The taxis and cabs of Kolkata are very comfortable to travel in. If you want to take a swift ride of Kolkata, the taxis and cabs should be the first choice for they can take you easily into the lanes of Kolkata. Generally, the ambassador models are used for taxis but these days Maruti vans and Maruti Zens are also running on the streets of Kolkata as taxis and cabs.

Generally the taxis and cabs of Kolkata run on diesel and petrol but recently some of the CNG driven models have been seen on the roads of Kolkata in West Bengal. You can easily recognize such taxis as they are painted green to symbolize their environment friendliness. These taxis and cabs of Kolkata do not pollute the environment.

Similarly, there are some special taxis Services in Kolkata for tourists, who cannot bear the humid and hot weather of Kolkata, called 'Blue Arrow'. These are air conditioned taxis in Kolkata. They are available at every taxi stand.

Another special feature of taxis and cabs of Kolkata is that for emergency purposes they are available all time. You can easily avail taxis from the nearby taxi stand and for the benefit of the people every area in Kolkata has its own taxi stand.

Recently electronic meters have been introduced to the taxis and cabs of Kolkata to stop malpractice by the drivers of taxis and cabs in Kolkata. These meters are the proof of authenticity, so check the meter before you take the cab.



Last Updated on 09/2/2013











 

     


     

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