Turtle Taxis enable passengers to take it slow

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Taxis typically pride themselves on getting their customers from A to B as efficiently as possible, but not all customers require the quickest journey. In the past we've seen the UK's Kabuto Noodles offer free cab rides to hungover commuters, and now Japan's Turtle Taxi gives passengers the option to ride slowly to enjoy a more relaxing journey while also helping the environment. Created by the Sanwa Kotsu Group taxi service and currently operating in Yokohama, each Turtle Taxi comes with a button at the back of the driver's seat. If passengers aren't in a rush they can press the…

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