Yellow Cab Locations & Hours Near Tuscaloosa, AL - YP.com
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08/06/2016
By: Meisha F.
Radio Cab Service
There the worst need to be shut down immediately the cabs are ragly, dirty, and the dislatcher lies never answer the phone and you have to call back to back i perfer lee's taxi radio cab is horrible services
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03/11/2016
By: Andrea K.
Radio Cab Service
Really disappointed service.I had waited for a cap more than an hour for 10 minutes distances with a car. I could get to my destination by walking. Let's assume that making a customer to wait for long time is ok. I was surprised their poor attitude when I called back to check what was going on. I have used this company when I go to airport but not gonna use this anymore.
11/25/2015
By: Niki R.
Lee's Taxi
This was an amazing company. My car wouldn't start one morning and I called the other cab companies and no one was available but this company. I will only ride with them if I ever need a cab.
06/30/2014
By: mzmsispi
Radio Cab Service
Poor service. They were late picking me up, driver had her boyfriend and child with her.
03/12/2014
By: jack.r.saraceno
Radio Cab Service
Horrible service. For one I tried to get a taxi today between 4 and 6 but no one would pick up even though it said the line was busy, it would just ring and ring. Been using radio taxi for the past 6 months and haven't really had trouble. Another fact is that they need to have the same price for all the drivers, some charge more some charge less, won't know until they pick you up.
Tips & Advices
The location of a vehicle can be monitored during transport. Many auto transport companies offer tracking services that allow for monitoring a car's journey via their website. If a company doesn't offer online tracking, an owner can receive updates on the vehicle's progress and location by calling the auto transport company.
With open car transport, your car is typically moved from one location to the next on an open car hauler. Open car transport is often the less-expensive option, but it leaves the vehicle susceptible to damage from traffic and the weather. Still, know that damage is rarely incurred with open car transport. With enclosed car transport, your vehicle is shipped in a boxed trailer. This shipping method is often used to transport luxury cars, antique vehicles, and pricey specialty cars.
To prepare a car for transport, take photos of the vehicle, and identify any preexisting damage. Later, this will help assess if the vehicle has been damaged in transit. In addition to removing personal items, car owners should remove or disable the car's alarm system, and remove custom products and add-ons like DVD players and GPS systems to avoid theft. Fold in the vehicle's side mirrors, and remove the antenna.  Have an extra set of keys, so you don't have to give the carrier your only set. Finally, make sure the gas tank has roughly a quarter tank of fuel.  A full fuel tanks adds excess weight, but they’ll need to be some gas in the tank so the car can be driven to and from the shipping facility.
Your car cannot be packed with belongings while it is being transported. The Department of Transportation bans carriers from shipping cars that are loaded with household items. If a carrier breaks this law, it might be levied with a fine of up to $10,000.
Auto transport companies have insurance that is designed to provide reimbursement if damage to a car occurs during transit. If you believe your car has been damaged during transport, it's important to promptly notify the auto transport company, since some companies only allow 30 days to file a claim.

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