Monday, September 19, 2016

Tips for Getting a Taxi in Paris

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There is no denying the fact that hailing a taxi in Paris could be a very tough experience. In order to get a taxi in Paris, what you have to do at first is to visit a designated area which is commonly known as “Taxi Stand”. Well, you have to stand in line in a taxi stand and then you have to wait your turn to take a taxi. It’s also quite possible for you to hail a taxi on roads where a “taxi stand” is not nearby. In this article, I will show you the way of hailing a taxi in Paris effectively. This article is going to be very much helpful for those who are planning to travel in Paris within a next few days. At the same time, this article will also let you know taxi CDG to Paris time.

Well, in order to get a taxi in Paris, the thing you have to do at first is to find a taxi stand. If you visit Paris for the first time, then it will be quite difficult for you to find a taxi cab stand. But in general, the taxi stands are situated at most vital intersections over the entire Paris, including tented areas as well as the corners of the street with a sign “Taxi” prominently showed. However, a taxi stand can easily be found by using computer applications, maps and phone. Besides, you can also ask the locals in order to know more about it. But keep one thing in your mind that people in Paris usually lead a very busy life. So before going to ask them anything, you have to make sure one thing that you’re not wasting their time. Just take a look at their body language while talking and it will help you to realize whether they are busy or not. Once you arrive at a taxi stand, you can ask someone about taxi CDG to Paris time and they will let you know the answer. In general, it takes around an hour to reach Paris from CDG.

After getting a taxi stand, now your next duty is to wait for a cab to approach. You must need to stand in line in the area of “Taxi Rank” and then you have to wait your turn for a cab. Always keep one thing in your mind that if you’re within 50 meters or 164 feet of a taxi stand, cabs will never be going to stop for you. If you’re outside of a taxi stand’s designated 164 feet or 50 meters range, then it’s very much possible for you to hail a taxi in Paris. You will find many locals while standing in line. So that could be the right time to ask them about taxi CDG to Paris time. 

Ensure the cab is licensed before getting entered into the cab. You can ask the taxi driver regarding this matter. But don’t expect the truth from them at all times. It’s pretty much essential for you to ride only in licensed cabs, since you will have zero legal recourse if you’re getting cheated by a taxi driver whose taxi is not licensed. For your kind information be informed that cabs in Paris come in different types of colors and car types, but it can be told if a cab is licensed by taking a look for these things:

1. A fare meter (must be working).
2. A taxi license place which is located on the front right wing of the taxi.
3. A “Taxi parisien” sign at the top of the roof of the cab.
4. A display on the back of the cab which tracks its regular usage.

After getting entered into the taxi, you can also ask the driver regarding taxi CDG to Paris time. The taxi drivers in Paris are very polite, friendly and co – operative. So I am quite sure that they will let you know the answer of any of your question.