Dec 15, 2014 at 09:26 PM
This is a happy image of a taxi driver in Beijing. China, particularly Beijing, has seen unprecedented growth in the last two decades. The ancient cultural and political capital, has modernised and grown in stature, infrastructure and population manifold. Infact, Beijing International Airport is the busiest in the world. It means there are hordes of tourists and business travellers. Most of the travellers visiting the city want to hire a taxi as it is convenient and comfortable way of travelling here. Renting a car for transfers to and from the airport as well as for intercity and intra City travelling is norm. Every year, thousands of customers from leading international companies and individuals trust chauffeured cars to deliver them safely and promptly to their most important engagements. Many taxi services offer chauffeur services in Beijing and some other cities like Shanghai,Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Xi';an,Qingdao, Chongqing and Chengdu etc . They do this by delivering outstanding service in every area of the business, ensuring that all the customers from large companies and airlines, to individuals and their families are able to trust these chauffeured cars. These taxi services provide consistency and reliability. The customer service is personal and proactive with fluent spoken English. Today, Every Beijing taxi driver is using their his smartphone, a tool he uses to find fares, and for getting bookings in advance. These companies continually invest in their fleet of luxury vehicles. Chauffeured cars are manned by people who are best trained for smooth driving and courteous behaviour. They are competent and professionally serve the customers, whether it is taking reservations or supporting them on the road. The companies employ the latest technology to ensure the bookings are accurate; chauffeurs are on time and flexible to the customers needs. In its official communique Government has advised the drivers of chauferred cars to maintain their personal hygiene. No bad odour, cropped hair, smart and courteous behaviour and good spoken English is encouraged. Women taxi drivers too are asked to refrain from colouring their hair and not to wear flashy earrings. With increasing tourist flow to China after the 2008 Olympics, there measures are seen to boost tourism. Do avail a chauffeured car while on a tour of the city or the Great Wall.