“Taximeter” Work cycle

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During normal operation, taximeters repeat cyclically through several stages:
Free (or For Hire in UK): The taxicab is empty and available for hire. The luminous sign, if present, is switched on.

Occupied (or Hired): The taximeter enters in this stage at the start of the trip and the “Free” sign is switched off. In this stage the running fare and the present tariff are displayed. Additional information that can be displayed in this mode includes extras (e.g. credits for luggage), present time, speed, etc.

To Pay (or Stopped in UK): At the end of the trip, the driver enters this stage to collect payment, make change, and optionally print a receipt. The exterior roof light may also blink to alert potential passengers.

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