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  1. Join Date
    Jul 2003
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    #11
    jds pag aagawan ka lang ng mga rent a car sa airport

    ako Nissan din ako.. avis d pa natry pero siguradong maganda naman tlaga ang avis...

    Nissan kasi parang laging bago ang sasakyan

    tsaka tahimik and professional ang drivers

  2. Join Date
    Jan 2004
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    #12
    pissword,
    I'm also considering Nissan. Both are well recommended.

    Salamat sa mga replies.

    jds

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    #13
    Avis and Nissan ba yun "pre-paid?" Yung doon ka sa dispatch booth magbabayad? Mas okay yata yun gano'n, di baleng mas mahal ng konti.

    Kasi one of our staff had an experience, doon siya sa nakapila sa labas sumakay.From the Centennial Airport to Kamuning, Php700 ang hinihingi sa kanya. Ang nakakatakot, doon siya idinaan sa White Plains, doon sinabi sa kanya na fixed rate daw yun. When sinabi nya na sana sinabi bago siya sumakay, inihinto ng driver yun taxi then pinabababa sya. Yun cab, di nakakabit yun "TAXI" sa ibabaw car.

  4. Join Date
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    #14
    Nissan or Avis.. wag kang kukuha sa labas.. madami na akong narinig na holdapan na nangyari..

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    #15
    If taking airport taxis at NAIA, go to the booths on the left side when you exit, the ones on the right are called rent-a-cars. Rent-a-cars are much more expensive. A Nissan Rent-a-car rate to Pasay would be 500 compared to Nissan airport taxe rate of 230 only.

    Asked why there are two section of booths (left and right), they said foreigners are usually guided to the right side (rent-a-car).

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    #16
    pag dating sa taxi isa lang ang mapagkakatiwalaan R & I....

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Anong airport taxi ang recommended nyo?