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You don't need a design at all. You just need a color. Or even two colors.

There's a reason many cabs today do not have fancy designs - they're expensive to get re-painted in case of an accident or a fender bender. If you have multiple colors, you keep your various body panels solid:

High design? No. But it's simple and practical and stands out against any other private vehicle on the streets.

If you go with a single, solid color, then you must go the NYC route and pick something bright and obvious, like Yellow.

by Alex B. on Dec 10, 2012 1:38 pm • linkreport

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