Tel Aviv taxi drivers take tourist relations lessons

With the influx of tourists, the city has unveiled a new course for cabbies - how to be nice to foreign customers!

August 27, 2013 16:23
Tel Aviv taxi drivers are eager to learn

Tel Aviv cabbies 370. (photo credit: YouTube Screenshot)


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Tel Aviv-Jaffa Municipality is cleaning up the image of its notoriously brusque taxi drivers, with a special course for cabbies aimed at teaching them the elusive art of customer relations.

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The course teaches the drivers simple English phrases and aims to present a more positive image of a country not normally known for its delicate manners.

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