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The White Taxis act somewhat like buses. They have a set route and a set price, of 6Dh (June '17). The end point tends to be about 6 or 7 km away, and the ride is much, much faster than buses. This fare turns out to be cheaper than Red Taxis, however the catch is that the White Taxis leave only after they have either filled up completely, or filled up partially but the driver feels confident that he will get more passengers along the way. Another catch is that 'full capacity' is 2 in the front (apart from the driver) and 4 in the back: a bit of a squeeze even for those used to travel in dense countries, and unsuitable if you have anything more than a daypack with you. Remember you pay your 6Dh to the driver at the start of your trip! (this way you do not delay him when you are getting off at for e.g. a busy traffic junction).
 
The White Taxis act somewhat like buses. They have a set route and a set price, of 6Dh (June '17). The end point tends to be about 6 or 7 km away, and the ride is much, much faster than buses. This fare turns out to be cheaper than Red Taxis, however the catch is that the White Taxis leave only after they have either filled up completely, or filled up partially but the driver feels confident that he will get more passengers along the way. Another catch is that 'full capacity' is 2 in the front (apart from the driver) and 4 in the back: a bit of a squeeze even for those used to travel in dense countries, and unsuitable if you have anything more than a daypack with you. Remember you pay your 6Dh to the driver at the start of your trip! (this way you do not delay him when you are getting off at for e.g. a busy traffic junction).
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Getting around is very easy with a good taxi driver. I found a great driver in Casablanca. He is punctual (if you tell him to pick you up at a certain place at a certain time - he will always be there), he speaks Arabic, French and English. He does not smoke and is very nice. His name is Ali - he can bring you to and from the airport and anywhere in Casablanca you need (phone 00212661529071) or email him at [email protected]
  
 
==See==
 
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*'''Central Post Office''' Come here to send your postcards in style! Built in 1918, the facade of this building is composed of both round and rectangular shapes. Once you approach you will get a good view of the excellent mosaics.
 
*'''Central Post Office''' Come here to send your postcards in style! Built in 1918, the facade of this building is composed of both round and rectangular shapes. Once you approach you will get a good view of the excellent mosaics.
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Getting around is very easy with a good taxi driver. I found a great driver in Casablanca. He is punctual (if you tell him to pick you up at a certain place at a certain time - he will always be there), he speaks Arabic, French and English. He does not smoke and is very nice. His name is Ali - he can bring you to and from the airport and anywhere in Casablanca you need (phone 00212661529071) or email him at [email protected]
  
 
==Do==
 
==Do==

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