As the D.C. taxicabs slowly make the transition from a collection of grey, orange, brown, blue and green cars to a unified red and silver fleet, the small black text near the rear may be the only signifier that tells which cab company is acting as your transport. Although the Yellow Cab company arguably never had yellow cars, per se (more like orange and black), now their name seems particularly anachronistic. However, this car, parked near the corner of 11th and Monroe Street NW has found a way to identify its employer more clearly with this "YC" logo. Is this unique to the one car or have other Yellow Cab vehicles also taken up this form of identification? Let us know!
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