It'd be easier if you wrote in English. I have idea what 'Eta' means in this context. Er, and when you talked about taxis in the 'UK'... I presumed that meant United Kingdom; but you say you haven't been, so was that slang too?Hannieroo wrote:I couldn't comment, I don't think I've ever taken a taxi or mini cab in London.
Eta the reason I asked
We are adults here, there is little chat in obscure code or youthful slang. Please make it easier for the rest of us by doing the same. Thanks!
MorenangPinay. It is simple, take out your phone, and take a picture of his displayed license/taxi id. If he asks why say you don't like his chat. Simple as that.
You do not need to say 'Because I'm going to report you', as he will know that, unless he is a complete fool. But be aware that the SG taxi companies take customer complaints very seriously. It doesn't take much for a driver to get a warning. If repeated they face suspension. It's then an extremely short path to long suspensions (months, a year?) and am empty rice-bowl, or an outright ban.
This is why (in my experience) SGn taxi drivers can at times not be as knowledgeable or as good drivers as one might wish for, but rank un-professionalism (intentionally going the long way, driving around the block 5 times, intimidating passengers) is not something I have witnessed in SG.