Mini-cabs are one thing, but they are nothing in comparison to real cabbies.
A real taxi can use a bus lane, park in a cycle lane, and even go through no-entry signs (if you know the right routes).
Here though we see one visiting Stokes Croft, outside our feature takeaway of the week - Slix.
This taxi - T332MOA - is a frequent visitor to Stokes Croft, but we do wonder whether it's for real. We know of a famous and important person who lives locally and drives a taxi to get around bus-lane restrictions.
Thursday, 2 December 2010
Slix Week 4
Posted by Quercus at 07:00
Labels: noel-edmonds, slix, sponsored-bike-lanes, stokes-croft
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Is it just me or does Slix look like SUX on the signs #fontchoicefail.
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