33% of the votes went to London, followed by New York (17%) and Berlin (6%).
London cabs were also given high marks for friendliness and knowledge of the routes. They do lose marks for being exceptionally expensive.
New York came second in almost every category, except safety. In fact, New York cabbies were voted “worst drivers”, though they make up for it with their knowledge of the city.
Taxi drivers in Paris were voted the most unfriendly, and rightfully so in my opinion.
In all the times I visited Paris, I never came across a single cab driver who seemed to posses the will to live, let alone the ability to provide friendly and reliable service to the millions of tourists visiting their country. Paris also takes the top place in worst taxi availability.