Terminal-1 Private SUV Cabdo not take terminal-1 private cab

K May 30, 2019
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There's no obvious sign to show where to take hotel shuttles and rental cars on terminal-1, which is different than other airport international terminals.
Although have lived in the US for 31 years, it's the 1st time to go through JFK airport. The experience is worse than any undeveloped countries.

Found out terminal-1 (international terminal) is no better than any domestic terminals. What kind of reputation for New York JFK to the world !

When coming back at night over terminal-1 by 10:00pm the 1st time to arrive at JFK, did not see sign for the hotel shuttles and rental cars. Was misled by people outside the terminal to parking lot to take SUV Cab to Crown Hotel. The SUV Cab driver lied that it's hotel shuttle and charged for $67 of few miles and swapped my 2-$20 bills with one-$1 bill to cheat. It was dark and the 1st time for me to New York JFK, my wife was concerned the Jamaica driver might be a robber or gang...

Have paid the Crown Hotel for over $200 for one night, it did not cost much for $67+$39 (cheating by private SUV Cab driver) instead of free hotel shuttle. It is really bad feeling to see Jamaica bandit abusing US citizen over New York JFK.

do not take terminal-1 private cab

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