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Take a taxi in China

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Take a taxi in China

  1. 1. Take a Taxi in China --Rita 214-675-6565
  2. 2. Take a Taxi in China • How to use DIDI DACHE • You can use Uber • Price • Note • Useful Tips
  3. 3. Didi set to become China’s first legal ride-hailing app
  4. 4. How to use Didi Dache - Step by step screenshot guide • Didi Dache has no English version yet, so you must know a little Chinese to use this app or you can follow this screenshot guide to learn how to use this app.
  5. 5. Download---just Chinese :( • Android ----http://os- android.liqucn.com/rj/95494.shtml • Iphone https://itunes.apple.com/cn/app/di- di-da-che-si-ji-ban/id564454984
  6. 6. 1. Download Didi Dache App • Search Didi Dache App (嘀嘀打 车) in App Store or Google Play. Didi Dache is free to download for both the iPhone and Android. • Select 'Install' button
  7. 7. 2. Share your location • Select 'yes' to share your location. During use your current location will be updated automatically. You can switch off this feature at any time.
  8. 8. 3. Verify your mobile phone number • Select "More" to enter the page below to verify your mobile phone number so that the taxi driver can contact you.
  9. 9. Insert your mobile number • Press "Submit" button to request verification number. After hitting button, it displays remaining seconds you have to enter the verification numer. Insert the verification number which you have received via SMS • • Press "Start" button
  10. 10. 4. Call a taxi - Start Page • Select "Call a taxi now", if you are in an urgent situation and need a taxi as soon as possible. Continue with Step 5 if you select "Call taxi now". • Select "Reserve a taxi", if you want to reserve a taxi or if you are not in an urgent situation and able to wait for the taxi more than 30 minutes. Continue with Step 7 if you select 'Reserve taxi'.
  11. 11. 5. Call a taxi now • Select the "Keyboard" icon to type in your destination in Chinese or you can pressto tell the taxi driver where you are and where you want to go . This tab is voice controlled, so you must speak Mandarin.
  12. 12. 6. Wait for an answer • Status: The signal has been sent to 196 taxi drivers, please wait with patient. • After you have sent your request, wait for an answer of a taxi driver. • In case of a positive respond the application will send you the name, telephone number and number plate of the taxi driver. The taxi driver will call you if he/she has accepted your request.
  13. 13. 7. Reserve a Taxi • Insert the time when you need the taxi and press "finish" button • Insert your start location • Insert your destination • Choose one of the four options for tip, which goes straight to the taxi driver: RMB 0, RMB 5, RMB 10, and RMB 20. • Press "send"
  14. 14. Suggestions • A note on the app suggests that you pay more if you're going on a short distance trip, or navigate to the second button "I Need a Taxi Now" (现在用车). • The "I Need a Taxi Now" tab is voice controlled, so you must speak Chinese to book.
  15. 15. 8. How to pay the taxi fare with Wechat's in-app payment service to save you 12 yuan - 20 yuan per trip! • Firstly, you have to download the WeChat App to your mobile phone, the latest version is WeChat 5.2. However, the international version currently doesn't support linking bank cards, it is recommended that you download the Chinese version of Wechat and then change the language settings to English. Follow these steps to change the language settings:
  16. 16. • Press the "My Bank Cards" button under the "Me" section, an option to link a bank card appears. Follow the steps to link your bank card to your WeChat account. It allows you to link more than 1 bank cards. • After a driver accepts your offer, you notify the app that you're in the vehicle, and proceeds to confirm the monetary transaction through WeChat Payments.
  17. 17. Price Minimum Fare CNY 13 for the first 3 kilometers (1.86 miles) Basic Unit Price CNY 2.3 per kilometer (0.62 mile) above 3 kilometers in the daytime Low-Speed Drive and Waiting Fare Waiting and traffic jam time when the speed is lower than 12 kilometers (7.5 miles) per hour is charged extra the fare of 2 kilometers for each 5 minutes during the rush hours, and the fare of 1 kilometer for each 5 minutes during other time period. Reservation Fee CNY 6 for reservation over 4 hours in advance; CNY 5 for reservation within 4 hours. Empty Run Fare If a single journey is longer than 15 kilometers (9.32 miles), the empty run fare is charged i.e. the price per kilometer rises 50% to CNY 3.45. Night Fare From 23:00 to 5:00, the charge per kilometer rises 20% i.e. to CNY 2.76. Charge for Sharing One Taxi Sharing is encouraged for it to some extent relieves the traffic load of the city. If two or more passengers share one cab, one only need to pay 60% of the original fare.
  18. 18. Note 1. The morning rush hours is from 7:00 to 9:00, and the evening rush hours is from 17:00 to 19:00. 2. The price is calculated exactly by every 500 meters (547 yards) and every 2.5 minites. 3. The price will be rounded to the whole number of Chinese Yuan. For example, CNY 15.4 will be rounded down to CNY 15, and CNY 15.6 will be rounded up to CNY 16. 4. The toll for an expressway or a bridge should be extra paid by the passengers.
  19. 19. • Generally, it will cost CNY 100 - 200 from the Capital Airport to the city proper of Beijing, according to different distance. Badaling Great Wall is about 65 kilometers (40 miles) from the downtown area, which need more than CNY 200 to cover the expense by meter. Ask before getting on the cab, for most taxis do not meter while getting to those scenic spots far from the city center, then you should negotiate with the driver about the fare. From Tiananmen Square to Badaling Great Wall, it costs a little bit more than CNY 200, excluding the highway toll fare and additional fares for drive at night or at a speed lower than 12 kilometers (7.5 miles) per hour. To be notice, there is an empty run of about 50 kilometers (31 miles) while returning to the city center. So, few drivers would like to have a single run to the spot. To rend a vehicle for a round trip, it perhaps costs you CNY 500.
  20. 20. Useful Tips • 1. Usually, you can hail one anywhere in the city. However, if there is a solid white line with polices around in the prosperous area, such as Tiananmen Square, the drivers will not stop for your hailing. In this case, you should look for the one stands or wait at the side streets. Additionally, if you know the way to your destination, please hail on the correct sides of the road. 2. Make sure you use an official one with a sign on the roof and with the driver's registration car
  21. 21. • 3. It is recommended that tourists ask for a receipt when alighting from a cab because the details of the car are listed in it. This is useful should you have any problems such as leaving property behind. 4. Ask someone to write down your destination in Chinese beforehand in case of getting lost. 5. The fare can be paid with Transportation Smart Card which is used to travel on Beijing subway trains and buses. •
  22. 22. • Always enter and exit from the passenger side – even when you’re in the back seat. Sometimes the driver’s side door doesn’t even open. Most of the time you can sit in the front seat unless it’s late at night (for safety reasons). • Make sure the driver drops the meter – this is especially true when exiting the airport/train station/bus station. Some drivers will try to take advantage of you and “bargain” a price with you. This is illegal and you’ll probably get ripped off if you do so. Make sure they “drop the flag” on the dashboard meter to start your service.
  23. 23. • Pay Using Small Bills – if your fare is 10 RMB, don’t give the driver a 100 RMB bill. Many travelers have reported receiving fake bills in return and sometimes drivers won’t even have the correct amount of change. • Don’t Tip the Driver – this isn’t a custom in China and he’s not expecting it…even from foreign travelers. Just say a thank you and be on your way. • Keep the Receipt – at least for a few days. Why? The receipt has the vehicle number, so that if you happen to lose your wallet you can have your hotel call up and locate the exact taxi driver to return your belongings.

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