If you've never been to New York City before then the first thing you'll probably notice besides all the authentic Italian pizza joints are the yellow taxi cabs! You've probably never seen this many cabs since your days working at a collision repair Sudbury shop so prepare yourself for what your eyes are about to see once you hit the streets of New York City.

In New York City you only really have three methods of transportation you can take to get you around town: the subway, walking and taxi cabs! We won't recommend renting a car to drive you around, as you will get lost and the high traffic volume will frustrate you.

There's nothing worse than driving around in a rental car during your vacation only to be stuck in traffic. You'll just take all the negativity and stress from the situation and take it back to your health clubs in Toronto and nobody wants that. So it's best to just stick to walking, the subway, or taxi cabs.

It's not like you won't be able to find yourself a cab seeing as how there are over 13,000 of them driving around the streets of New York City everyday. Not to mention the 40,000 or so other "for-hire" vehicles willing to pick up passengers. Whether you need a cab to take you to the Yankees game, a Broadway show or hyperbaric therapy you will find a cab willing to pick you up and take you there.

It might seem pretty daunting to see all these unique looking yellow taxi cabs when you first get to New York City. They're probably unlike anything you've ever seen before near your 70 Rosehill avenue home but don't let that daunt you. Once you've gotten over the fact that there are so many of them and they are so yellow you can let them take you on a mini-tour of New York City every time you step foot in one, just like all the other unique 250 million or so yearly taxi cab passengers.

Each taxi cab driver in New York has their own stories and their own shortcuts. Let them take you on a ride you'll never forget. Just make sure to check out their ID badge holders for their name when you're recanting the stories of your taxi cab adventures once you get back home from your New York City rendezvous.

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