How to Get a Taxi License in Sneaky Sasquatch

Sneaky Sasquatch is a regularly-updated adventure game from RAC7 and available to play through Apple Arcade. There are many things to see and do as the Sneaky Sasquatch, including becoming a taxi driver! You cannot just jump in a taxi and start driving people around though, you will need a license first. Here is our guide on how to become a taxi driver in Sneaky Sasquatch.

How to Get a Taxi License in Sneaky Sasquatch

To get a license in Sneaky Sasquatch, you will first need to obtain a taxi permit. Visit the our guide in the link above to see how to obtain a permit from the Permit Clerk and a license from the Licensing Office at the Racetrack.

Congratulations you have a taxi permit!

When you have your permit you can gain your license. It is pretty easy to pass the test if you are careful. To pick up a passenger you must come to a complete stop within the pick up zone and wait for them to come over. To drop them off you must come to a complete stop within the drop off zone and wait for them to leave the cab.

Once you have passed the test you will be able to drive around and take people wherever they need to go in exchange for money. To obtain an actual taxi cab you must have driven 10 people and received at least a four star rating overall. The best and easiest way to do this is to take the test 5 times, and make sure you drive smoothly each time. Visit the parking area behind the Town Hall and speak to the taxi driver. He will give you the taxi as long as you have driven 10 people and maintained a rating of at least 4 stars.

Congratulations you have passed!

The most effective way of making money as a taxi driver is to focus on journeys at the Golf Course, Lumber Yard, and the Campground. These journeys have good pick up points, and drop-offs, with few obstacles so they allow for a smooth ride. The hardest pick ups are at the Racetrack, Town and the Ski Resort as they have sections that can cause crashes, especially when the car switches areas- just keep the journey slow and move to the middle of the road when you are about to move to another area.

Good luck!

We are hiring game guide writers!

Touch, Tap, Play is looking for experienced writers to produce guides for popular mobile and Nintendo Switch titles. If mobile gaming is your passion and you want to get paid to create guides, you’re in the right place. Check out our job ad today!

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.