New Taxi Firm Offers Fixed Fares In Budapest

  • 19 Dec 2018 7:48 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
New Taxi Firm Offers Fixed Fares In Budapest
A new taxi company, Taxim, entered the Budapest market on December 6, with a new approach to take the uncertainty out of taxi rides.

Taxim offers pre-fixed fares to clients before the journey, as shown by the mobile phone app developed by the company.

Taxim has enlisted trainers to educate its drivers in how to provide good service to passengers.

Application can be downloaded from their site (available in Hungarian): Taxim.hu

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