Taxi travel is a light car transportation service for recent trips in the city or suburbs. With door-to-door travel, permanent service and the ability to carry luggage, it would be impossible for you to miss your emergency appointments. This means of transport remains available 7 days a week and 24 hours a day to connect all the districts of the city. Some service providers even offer all-distance taxis, a service adapted to tourists and holidaymakers wishing to travel in a privileged vehicle.
Why choose a taxi?
There is no shortage of means of transport to get from one place to another. You can walk, take the subway or wait for the bus. The taxi distinguishes itself from all these options by its reliability and its quality service. Transport companies often offer their customers a wide range of light vehicles, sedans and minivans. Reservation is essential to rent the car that suits you.
For an emergency trip, you can go to the road to find one. It is also possible to call a taxi if you have contacts in your cell phone. Our drivers are fast, available and responsive to meet your needs and guarantee your satisfaction. Their work ethic and sense of responsibility allow them to adopt good reflexes such as helping the elderly and RMCs (persons with reduced mobility). Their professionalism, friendliness and sympathy also contribute to customer satisfaction.
The fare displayed by the taximeter (odometer) is certainly more expensive than the bus or metro ticket, but the quality of service is worth it. In a taxi, customers can put themselves at ease in comfortable seats. They can smoke, take their pets with them, talk to their driver, choose the route (to avoid traffic jams) and stop wherever they want.
Door-to-door travel also remains an important advantage, especially if you have heavy luggage. Not to mention the permanence and punctuality of the service, it can ultimately be said that taxis are a very popular means of urban transport. Depending on your expectations, the choice of service provider may depend on several criteria: proximity, fares and transport conditions, quality and options on services, choice of service providers, etc.