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Christmas is only a week away. The New Year is just around the corner. As 2014 draws to a close, I'm not the only one taking stock of the year that's we're almost shut of.
I figured it would be interesting to parse the figures and quantify my year in cars in a way I'd never done before.
Nissan's takeover of the lucrative New York City taxi market hasn't exactly gone according to script. An agreement that should have seen the company become the exclusive supplier of taxis for the next ten years has resulted in nothing but headaches, controversy and legal challenges, despite the $1 billion deal between the Japanese marque and the Big Apple.
"Why can't we have competition? Why did the city think there had to be exclusivity?" - Taxi Association