The Red Hack Park City Taxi Fix

In this blog post I would like to discuss what is affectionately referred to as the Park City taxi Red Hack Fix. Of course there is a Red Hack Fix (R. H. F.) for anything. For those of you (gentle readers) who are not regular consumers of our blog, a little explanation is necessary. What we are referring to when we use the term Red Hack Fix is a fix for a particular problem that not only solves the problem but does so in the Red Hack signature fashion. Explaining the Red Hack signature fashion is a more complex conversation and really requires a regular reading of this blog to fully comprehend. As such, we invite all new comers to do so and join the Red Hack family. All are welcome.


So then, what exactly is the Red Hack Fix as it applies to riding in a Park City taxi or taking a shuttle from Salt Lake City to Park City? An exploration of this question shall be the subject of the remained (such as it is) of this blog post. However, in order to talk about the Red Hack Fix we must first identify the Red Hack Problem that the Red Hack Fix is designed to solve. In the present two situations what we are basically talking about in terms of a problem is a problem related to the subject of transportation. As the reader is well aware, both a taxi and a shuttle are modes of transportation. Therefore, if there is a fix that is to be applied to them it must also involve a transportation flavor. But what exactly is this problem related to transportation and more importantly, what exactly is its solution? What exactly indeed?