It’s that time of year again… when out of town pedicabs come in for home game days. To help avoid the confusion of local pedicabs versus out of town “pirates” here’s how to tell the difference.
Our pedicabs are red, blue and black and driven by local drivers.
Our drivers typically work off of the tip method or are supposed to be fair with their rates.
Our drivers also know to follow the rules of the road and to be safe with how they get you around.
We have official FSU PD game day permits that allow us access to campus and the stadium on game days.
Out of town pedicabbers are here for the money of game day and work late then leave.
They also tend to go the wrong way on the roads and aren’t familiar with the best routes to get around.
Their cabs can be tacky and stand out more.
Capital City Pedicabs are here year round and will continue to operate in a way to best serve the community for more than just football.
We highly encourage you to seek out a local Capital City Pedicab before hopping in an out of town one. They also have motors which we feel are cheating and against the idea of a pedicab.