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Paint color is not really the problem with DC's Taxi Cabs.
Safety, cleanliness, price, racism, driver knowledge, fair fares...
Why not institute a mandatory exam to test knowledge of the city (like London), standardize the car (again like the UK and with something safe and fuel efficient), and increase the safety of cabs(passengers and other users of the road).

If they are going for a color - yellow works. the UK has black cabs we have yellow.

I think the color scheme is purposefully complicated so any of the needed regulations get delayed and fares can be increased to cover the cost of this obscene livery.

by andy2 on Dec 10, 2012 3:08 pm • linkreport

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