Definition of taximeter
Taximeters can include several accessories, or act as components in larger dispatching/control systems. Features include:
Fraud control and prevention (on the part of the owner or operator), through the impression of control tickets or computer monitoring. Additionally, taximeters are often visually sealed by a municipal weights and scales authority after initial calibration.
Radio communication, allowing trip status to be monitored by a dispatcher or supervisor.
Dispatching of trip assignments through radio or data systems.
Interaction with GPS systems to assist with dispatching and to provide security.
Seat sensors that detect the presence of a passenger (to prevent a cab from carrying fares without activating the taximeter).
Credit or prepaid card support.
Taxi stands at hospitals
In every city there are such places, which is more taxis. One of such places are bus stations. At these stations gets out every day a lot of people in possession of a different size bags, because usually eager to use taxis.
Other places are the taxi railway stations. At these stations taxis are especially needed because disembark on them sometimes people arriving from distant places of the country and do not know the city well, so use the taxi for them becomes a very practical solution. Taxi drivers willing to stand well in hospitals and in centers of culture, because in such places can also count on a large number of customers.
Organized passenger transport in cities
Organized passenger transport means preparing for the inhabitants of a country's urban transport, bus and train. Organized passenger transport in cities is mainly put into use city buses, which are often modern vehicles, equipped with a range of facilities for passengers. In addition, the cities taxi ride, and some agglomerations also trams and metro. While the organized transport of passengers between cities can be performed by buses and the bus station. Between the further distances can also travel by trains on some routes are even more popular than the well-known PKS bus or buses operated by private carriers.