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Ever wondered what the TOP FIVE questions passengers ask taxi drivers are?



In a revealing study conducted by FREENOW, the UK has emerged as having the second most sociable taxi passengers in Europe, trailing only behind Ireland. This survey provides a fresh look into the communication habits of British passengers, highlighting a distinctive facet of the country's taxi culture.


The research particularly focuses on the interaction between passengers and black cab drivers, pinpointing the top five questions posed by passengers. These enquiries range from the driver's business levels to opinions on traffic, cyclists, speed limits, and the quest for quicker routes.

The most common questions are:

1. "Have you been busy today?"

2. "How’s the traffic?"

3. "What do you think about cyclists?"

4. "Why is the speed limit 20mph?"

5. "Is there a quicker route because I’m in a hurry?"

Such interactions highlight the interest of UK passengers in their immediate travel environment and reflect a broader desire to engage with their drivers beyond just the aspect of getting from A-to-B.


This study not only highlights the sociable nature of British taxi users but also shines a light on the everyday conversations that bridge the gap between the public and those behind the wheel, providing a sense of community and shared experience in the black cab commute.

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