Ghana–Taxis Part 2

There are two mainstypes of taxis in Ghana, Dropping taxis and shared taxis, The dropping systemworks in the same way that a taxi cab operates. There are also shared taxisthat have travel along a planed route and have a fixed price per person whowishes embarks on the journey to the agreed location, these shared taxis workexactly the same as a tro tro does. The main difference is that Ghanaian taxisare not metered therefore take note of how much you pay for journeys as pricesinflate during rush hour and you will need to negotiate a fair price. Taxisaccount for 80% of road vehicles on the road and are relatively in expensivecompared to western standards.

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Based in Notting Hill, London. Clifford is the creator/editor of A Media and Communications (Bsc) he collaborates with other talented creatives/ ex scene kids to create original in house content (interviews, editorials and more)

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