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These tight taxis need to fit in tight parking spots, and Indian guides are in need of your parking skills. Can you get the parking spots without slamming the other cars? Have Fun!
Have you ever been to Bombay , and if you went there did you ride in a Taxi? Do you consider yourselft good at parking cars, and do you also like to play a free online game? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play the free Bombay Taxi game online. Am I right? ;)
Use your left and right arrow keys to turn the wheel. Use your up and down arrow keys to move. Hit the space bar to hand brake. Make sure to park your taxi before you run out of time or game is over.
You can often distinguish them by color: Black and yellow are metered taxis. White and Red are metered taxis known as Radio Cabs. Silver-Green taxis run by Meru and Yellow-Red by Gold cabs and Black by Mega cabs. The Blue and silver air conditioned metered taxis are known as Cool Cabs. Taxis arrived in 1911 to complement horse wagons. Black and yellow Fiat taxis are an integral part of the city's heritage and have been depicted in numerous Bollywood movies. Metered taxis ply throughout Mumbai and have a monopoly from Bandra to Churchgate on the Western line and Sion to Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus on the Central line. Beyond Sion and Bandra auto rickshaws are not allowed and one has to hire a taxi. However, between Sion to Thane and Bandra to Bhayandar, both Taxis and autorickshaws are available to transport passengers. There are about 58,000 taxis in Greater Mumbai and 98,566 taxis in Mumbai MMR. Law requires the driver of an unengaged taxi to take a passenger wherever they want to go, regardless of distance or time, if the fare meter of the unengaged rickshaw taxi is in a 'For Hire' mode.
Mumbai is also known as Bombay, It is the capital city of the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is also the most populous city in India, and the fourth most populous city in the world, with a total metropolitan area population of approximately 20,5 million. The name Mumbai is derived from Mumba or Maha-Amba, which is the name of the Koli goddess Mumbadevi, and Aai, which means mother in the language of Marathi. The oldest known names for the city are Kakamuchee and Galajunkja; these are sometimes still used. After the British gained possession of the city in the 17th century, the name was officially anglicised as Bombay.