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As someone with poor vision who this excessive regulation purports to try and help with identifying a taxi... I happen to think the hodgepodge of colors we now have is a better "brand" for D.C.

I can easily distinguish between a Diamond Cab, a Yellow Cab (That's actually orange) a Dupont Cab with their pink, Lincoln Cab, and Silver Cab etc... What on earth would the Silver Cab Assoc. do? We don't need a uniform color, period.

by @SamuelMoore on Dec 10, 2012 2:20 pm • linkreport

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