This chapter discusses the considerable amount of attention to describing how taxi drivers handle the restrictions of the street, it has also attempted to reference the reciprocal relationship between the street and the taxi driver. The majority of scholarly literature on the subject of street culture appears to focus on the subjects of the street code concept, street crime, the dynamics of gangs, and graffiti and street art. Cab drivers were free to only do street pickups, but it was difficult to make a living solely based on this approach to taxi driving. Cab drivers make decisions all the time about which taxis to drive, what times to drive their vehicles, from which owners and companies to rent their cars, when to start and end their shifts, which neighborhoods to cruise through looking for a fare, when and where to take a break, and when and where to get a meal and take a bathroom break.