When the ’80s are still ’90s, here’s how to recognise a taxi cab with a distinctive, high-quality logo

When the early days of the internet took off, it was the time of the ’90’s.

People used to be more curious about what they were seeing online, which was a time when people wanted to share pictures of their homes, cars and places with friends.

So when people started sharing pictures of the same old taxis in the same places, they became the familiar sight.

A taxi cab’s distinctive trademark was the high-contrast blue colour, which made it stand out from the crowd.

In the early 2000s, when the dot-com bubble burst, the taxi industry took off and it was hard to differentiate between a taxi and a limo.

“People started sharing the same taxi, but the logos looked different,” said Paul Crouch, a consultant from Sydney, who has spent time researching and researching other taxi cab brands.

“So people started using different names for different taxi brands.”

The logo changed again in the early to mid-2000s.

Taxi companies began to use a new logo, which featured a ‘X’ in the middle, with a ‘Y’ in front.

As this symbol stood out, taxi drivers would use it as a badge of honour to make sure customers knew they were paying a taxi driver.

The company that started it all The ’90 and early 2000’s saw the rise of the dot com bubble, which meant there was a lot of money to be made.

There was a huge influx of people who wanted to take pictures of people in their cars and their homes.

People would then share these images on social media and people would be drawn to the distinctive look of taxis, which became the most sought-after brand in the industry.

By the time the dotcom bubble exploded in late 2000s and early 2001, there were lots of taxis available.

The industry was booming.

But it wasn’t long before the companies that had become famous by being the first to take the first steps in introducing new and exciting products took a hit.

Taxi companies and taxi companies had been in business for decades.

When they lost the dotcooms, the first big disruption was the introduction of Uber.

At the time, Uber was just starting out and it did have a lot going for it.

The company had just been acquired by a Chinese company and its drivers were earning a lot more than other taxi companies.

So there was plenty of competition.

However, it also introduced a lot for taxi companies to worry about, including the cost of driver training.

It also introduced some new rules and regulations, including an increase in the amount of fines for drivers.

Some of these new rules put a strain on the industry and caused problems for taxi drivers.

Taxi drivers were worried that they would be forced to work extra hours and that they wouldn’t be able to pay their rent.

Many taxi drivers, who had been making a good living for decades, lost their jobs and started looking for other jobs.

While there were a few positive aspects to the Uber model, it did introduce some new risks, including a lack of insurance for the drivers, and increased competition from new companies that were willing to offer cheaper rides.

Crouch says it was during this period that the taxi cab industry had a rough time.

Its popularity was low.

And there was also the issue of the rise in online shopping and apps that allowed people to find cheap taxi rides around the world.

Uber took off from this, which in turn affected taxi companies’ margins.

Once a company’s margin was affected, the pressure would be on the company to raise prices to make up for it, and they would have to raise fares in order to do that.

These were difficult times for taxi and limousine drivers, which has led to a lot worse things in the taxi business in recent years.

What to look for on a taxi ride source ABC Radio (AU)* This is a list of common taxi brands, with some details for your convenience.

For information on specific brands and services, visit www.abc.net.au/travel/fares/fees.html.

*For additional information about the taxi and taxi industry, visit the ABC Travel section of our website at www.australiantravelguide.com.au