Las Vegas Driver Blog Articles



Former Las Vegas Taxi Driver Phil Staudt is currently posting his blog articles on philstaudtblog.com.

There may be more articles published at this Vegas Taxi Driver blog, but Phil Staudt has not driven a taxi in Las Vegas for over three years, and has no plans to do so again, and the interest in Las Vegas taxi policy politics, Las Vegas taxi companies, the Nevada Taxi Authority, and the real stories about being a Las Vegas driver, are relatively boring, and there is a very small audience for that (although there is still a big audience for telling lies and phoney tales about being a Las Vegas taxi driver, but I do not want to go there).

Many times I think about taking on the bad taxi companies (and they are not all bad) in Las Vegas, and use the internet to expose their evil ways, but then I look at my list of things to do, and save that one for another day. Fortunately for me, I was able to work for 3 1/2 years for a good company, Western Cab Company, where the owners and the manager treated me very well, and never once pressured me to be a crook, and let me work the best shifts and drive a new cab, even though I was not a high booker.

The first blog articles I ever wrote, were written in 2005, when I was a taxi driver in Las Vegas working for Las Vegas taxi companies, before I worked for Western Cab Company. Since that was the beginning of my blogging, I will not get rid of this blog, and maybe some things will come to me about my taxi driving experiences in Las Vegas that are worth publishing.

In the meantime folks, if you want to read blog articles written by Phil Staudt (the author of vegastaxidriver.com and a former Las Vegas Taxi Driver), you can do that at philstaudtblog.com.

Thank you for visiting my blog.

PHILIP RAYMOND STAUDT
Former Vegas Taxi Driver

 

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