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Ironically the first thing I saw on nottingham streetview outside the station
is a prius taxi. There do seem to be some TXs there, but a quick random
sample around the rest of the city doesn't show any so they can't be that
common. I can't imagine why they use them there.
Priuses are a good choice at the moment - environmental credentials,
decent sized boot, room for 4 passengers plus the driver.
I really don't like TXs, they are a nuisance to get into, you sort of
have to either squat-waddle or kneel on the floor to get to the back
seat if you're tall. I can't even nearly stand up in one. They may be
wheelchair accessible but they are certainly poorly accessible to
Bracknell appear to specify small van based MPVs - Berlingos, Doblos or
Kangoos. Those are quite good as they can be both wheelchair
accessible via a rear ramp and as easy to get into as a car.
TXs are a "London icon" image, but utterly impractical.
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