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  • Turtle Taxi: slow and steady wins the race
  • Turtle Taxi: slow and steady wins the race
    Damien Sands ©
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Turtle Taxi: slow and steady wins the race

“Put your foot down mate, I’m late for a meeting,” must be a demand heard by London cabbies more than once a day as people rush around. But in Yokohama, Japan, Turtle Taxi is putting control into the hands of the customer – and more often than not, they're keen to slow down.

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