Taxikick App Review

Written by Bruce Hughes on . Posted in Apps, Computer Innovations

Are you tired of opportunistic, arrogant, and rude taxi drivers? Taxi drivers who want to charge you more for the fare, who are disrespectful and/or even worse? You no longer need to accept this. Taxikick App is a great application that allows you to submit your opinion, your report on the taxi driver that you consider to have caused you any type of trouble.

It is a very easy to use app and a very useful one, as well. The app is free of charge and you can find it online. The app was developed by Pencil Rocket, which is a tech organization with its office in Manila. It is composed of developers and web-designers. It is said to be released as a mobile app that works on devices with iOS and Android; however, in the meanwhile, for now, there are commuters that take you directly to the site, which is optimized for mobile users, as well.

They said the feedback for the great Taxikick App has been mostly positive. In addition, most users request improvements to be made to it. Thus, it seems that Taxikick App gathered quite a lot of fans. And we do not need to wonder why. An app like this is great for detecting all those bad taxi drivers.

So, we have tried the app for those of you who did not get the chance to try it, and we have to tell you, we highly recommend it! We could not be more satisfied with it. Here are the instructions on how to use Taxikick App, even though, as we mentioned above, it is very easy to use. It works on a simple principle: you just go to the site www.taxikick.com, then you enter the plate number of the taxi that did not please you in some way, you select the type of violation from the drop-down menu. After that, you describe your situation, as detailed as you want your complaint to be, so if you want people to know exactly your story and exactly how bad the driver is, you can offer them as much information as you want. The final step you need to do is to press “Kick this taxi!” and you are done. The application then emails the details on the offending taxi driver to the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB). As we could notice, most complaints are regarding overcharging and rude behavior.

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