Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Myanmar New face Taxis

In Myanmar we see new face taxis on street after reforms. Popping up on the street in their place are Chery QQ compacts made by China’s Chery Automobile Co., which come in red, yellow, blue and other vivid colors.

Until the beginning of this year, Japanese cars made in the 1960s and 1970s had served as Yangon's taxis, which barely ran, making creaking and rattling noises, and emitting smoke from broken mufflers.

In some taxis, one could see the rotating drive shaft and the surface of the road through a hole on the floor of the passenger seat. Other taxis had missing door handles, which was replaced with string.

Yangon Old Taxi


Miley smith said...

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