Taking the subway for the first time in Buenos Aires? Hear our top 5 tips for positioning, vocabulary and attitude to prepare yourself for rush hour.
Name: Mr. Clean a.k.a. Mr. Musclo a.k.a. NO SMOKING! Driving Style: His driving style will match his main notable factor, clean. Mildly defensive driver mixed with decisive aggressive driving. Skillz: 8.5 out of 10. Efficient, precise the Mr. Clean driver takes a great amount of pride in his unnoticed gear shifts and smooth turns. Safety: [...]
us gringos since most of our Spanish is far from impeccable. Nothing bothers a driver more than a foreigner with headphones that can’t effectively communicate his/her price or destination. Also, don’t wait for the driver to ask you how much. Be sure to notify him when the person ahead has just one or two more [...]
How old were you when you got your first car? Rare is the day when a fellow American makes it to adulthood (21) without owning an automotive vehicle of his/her own. Think back to high school and how many of your peers were bestowed their very own SUV or something of the like upon reaching [...]
In Buenos Aires, it is almost impossible to avoid taking a taxi at some point during your stay. Actually, you will probably be using them quite often. The subte (subway) and colectivos (buses) are more economical options and can be quite efficient. But who really feels like waiting 20 minutes for the 60 line after [...]