Which taxi drivers are really good?

A photo posted by brian leighton (@brly_brian) on Feb 14, 2018 at 10:07:47Bridget McKeown, BBC Sport: If you can’t afford a cab, you can just buy one for the day.

You can’t get more expensive than a taxi.

And there are so many different taxi companies around the world.

So how do you get a taxi in China?

It’s a huge market and there are hundreds of taxi companies, each offering different services.

They all charge a lot of money.

The price is often around $1,000 to $1.50 a kilometre.

It’s all about the driver.

Some are better than others.

There are taxi drivers who have been doing this for generations.

They know how to pick up, and deliver, and make money off the taxi.

This is a huge industry.

There’s a lot going on.

There is competition.

There will be an announcement later today about the top taxi drivers in China.

Brian Leighton: There are a lot more companies now.

There used to be two taxi companies.

They were called TaxiX and TaxiP.

They are now both going out of business.

Some of the taxi companies have gone out of operation.

TaxiX was the largest taxi company in China, and was worth $1bn.

TaxiP was smaller, and it had about $500,000 in annual revenue.

They merged and became Uber.

Uber now owns UberX.

How do you make a living?

Brian: They offer a variety of different services, but the one that is probably the most important is the taxi driver.

There have been so many taxi drivers around the country who have gone on strike.

They’re taking their jobs from them and they’re not getting paid, so they’re basically not making a living.

They don’t earn anything at all.

You see it with the other drivers, too.

They earn nothing.

The drivers are earning less than they should be making.

So what’s the next best thing?

They might be a little more entrepreneurial.

There might be one or two companies who are going to offer a service where they can charge $500 to $2,000 per kilometre, but you’ll never see them actually offering that.

Brians taxi driver background.

BRIAN: They’re not the only ones who are looking to make money from the taxi industry.

Taxi companies are starting to offer rides in the sky.

So you have the UberXs that you see around, the taxis that are available for hire.

They’ve also started to offer services like UberPool.

This means you can book a ride from one company to another, and if you want to use the UberPool service, you’ll get a ride back to your hotel and pay the fare.

They also offer a very basic taxi service.

The taxi companies are also going out and offering services like the UberCar service.

So it’s just a lot easier to get around in China than it is anywhere else in the world, and that’s just fantastic.

It makes it really easy for people to get from point A to point B. What about Uber?

BRI: Uber is one of the biggest players in China now.

Uber is a technology company, and they have a huge presence.

It is also a very attractive market for Uber.

They offer both taxi and private cars, and people are really interested in getting in the taxi business.

They want to get their business going in China because they are getting a lot better deals than in the US and elsewhere.

The reason why they’re getting better deals is that they are offering a lot less to the public.

It costs them money to offer the services they do.

Brickey: Uber says they are the world’s fastest growing ride-hailing company, with over 100,000 drivers in the country, and have become the biggest player in China’s taxi market.

BICKEY: They do have a business model.

They say they have over 30 million users.

It can cost a lot to set up a taxi business in China and get a lot closer to your customers.

Brie McKeever: But they also have a very bad reputation.

And I think that’s why they’ve been so successful.

You know, when Uber first launched, it had a very positive image.

It was a new way to get in and out of cities.

It had a positive image, and then Uber started to fall apart.

And it was a real problem for the taxi firms in China at the time.

BRYAN: When Uber first opened, it was just starting out, and the taxi drivers were not very happy about that.

It made it difficult to get into the business.

BRET: In China, taxis are actually regulated by the government, so if they are operating illegally they can be prosecuted.

Bri: And it’s a very big industry.

The government is very strict about it