An uncomfortable suspensionless former police vehicle with more than 1 billion miles on the odometer and with objects on the front seat more important than passengers. Usually driven by non english speaking persons with blue-tooth mobile phone implants that are permanently on, resulting in the inability of the driver to communicate regarding the fare, destination, alternative routes or how to turn off the loud advertising video.
Boston Taxi's are powered by gas guzzling pulse engines - resulting in the characteristic "on" "off" cycle as the drivers coax the vehicle forward with the characteristic on again off again pump action on the accelerator.
The Boston Taxi arrived. Only 3 of the 4 in the group could enter due to the front seat being occupied by a sandwich.
We pulsed from Boston to Roslindale, despite the destination being Milton.
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