THAT LIBERTY TAKING TAXI DRIVER

THAT LIBERTY TAKING TAXI DRIVER

A Lesson by Bernard Tisman
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This is about a taxi driver

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One day a computer cab arrived ready to take two people to the Fishbrook Day Centre in Dungpile gardens, Gants Hill. However it was booked in One man's name, which meant that he had to pay for two of them. Really each of the two men should have given half towards (half and half) but the taxi driver wouldn't allow it because it was booked in the other man's name. This is overcharging - double the taxi fare.

If two people share a taxi it should really be booked in two peoples' names, not in one man's name.

The man who drove the computer cab was   Mr Samuel Liberties.

Mr Samuel Liberties always overcharged especially when more than one person was sharing a taxicab.



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Bernard Tisman
Bernard Tisman

greater london, redbridge, United Kingdom