Taxicabs in New York, San Fransisco and Las Vegas, are now a collection of odd shaped cars, minivans and utility vehicles. Yes I know New York's cabs are all yellow, but other cities have deferent colours depending on which company the cab is registered to.
Passengers identify them as a Taxis from great distances, because they stick out like a soar thumb. Before we dismiss these fins in London, lets remember they won't be compulsory. I think we should look a bit deeper at the benefits they could bring.
* We could demand the end of the scruffy supper sides and all over liveries that mostly make the cabs look cheap and nasty.
|UK: Unilever In Magnum Promo With London Black Cabs|
Unilever has launched a new outdoor advertising campaign for its Magnum ice cream brand, which will make use of the iconic London black cabs. The campaign features the use of temperature-activated ads on the roofs of the cabs, and is part of a £2m investment to support its limited edition Magnum Kisses range.
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We've had unconfirmed reports that EyeTeaseMedia.com are only fitting their fins to black cabs at present. Wouldn't it be nice to see all London's cabs back to black and free of scruffy liveries.
As for super-sides, I really don't understand how drivers can be persuaded to do that to vehicles costing many thousands of pounds, for approx £15 a week? Beats me.
I would just like to stress, Taxi leaks have no vested interest in the company supplying the Taxi fins, EyeTeaseMedia.com
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