The good points about the trams:
.They look quite good with a sleek design on the outside.
.They aren't too bad for braking down, only had one glitch for me and that is it.
The bad points about the trams:
. They are not big enough as there are only two carriages and fill up in a minute as many tourists use them and a lot of the older end so if you don't get on at the terminus then its is likely you will be standing.
.They are too expensive, it is a more £2 for a couple of stops and the best thing you can do is use bus passes to save money.
.They are not often enough as they often run late and I have ended up waiting for over half an hour for one from Fleetwood to town centre when they were supposed to be every 20 or so minutes. Traffic also affects this as in Fleetwood they have to wait for cars and can cause cars to be stuck behind them as the trams ride on the roads.
.The conductors aren't brilliant, it has become quite easy for people to ride without paying especially on busy days as they don't check the tickets on the doors so people can slip on and off and can't get down the tram quick enough to check who has paid and have no way to stop them. Also as with any public transport services the service you receive from the conductors will vary but I have had a few rude conductors who more or less want to go home or become very superior about being conductor.
Overall I would recommend you use a bus as they are at least more regular than the trams. They need to improve the service of the conductors and use more carriages at least.
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