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What to do?

Which to prefer?

Pre-paid taxi is nearly 40% cheaper compared to the pickup service we arrange.

 

Reason: The cars we use are good condition AC cars with English understanding drivers. The car goes empty to airport, pays a hefty parking fees, pays an entrance fee and than driver waits for your arrival. He brings you to us without wasting time searching for our place.

In contrast, pre-paid taxis are of indifferent quality, almost never an AC, you are lucky if you get an English understanding driver, pay no parking fees, have already made money from a fare by dropping it at the airport.

 

If you value convenience and the comfort of knowledge that someone awaits you at the airport and that you will not waste time enroute to our home, then it is a no-brainer. Opt for the pickup. Especially if you arrive late or are a single woman or women group.

However, if the additional $ 10-15 for the extra service hurts then best to opt for a pre-paid taxi. In this case take the print out of our instructions. Taxi drivers are notorious of ignoring instructions.

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