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Apr 4, 2023

[Answer] New York City cabs were originally what colors?

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...1. Green and red 2. Black and white 3. Pink and orange 4. Blue and gray

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Green and red - New York City’s yellow taxi cabs are famous around the world, but they weren’t always yellow. The first gasoline-powered metered cabs in the city were imported from France by businessman Harry Allen in 1907, and they were painted red and green. Eventually, as the taxi industry grew, companies painted their fleets in signature colors, and several companies chose yellow to stand out. But it wasn’t until the city’s taxi medallion system was introduced to regulate the industry in the 1960s that yellow became the norm citywide — the color became a way for riders to distinguish between licensed and unlicensed cabs. :

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