This video shows catching the bus and how to use the LAX-it service at Los Angeles airport. The driver tells you when to call your chosen car service.
This is a free bus service, but you can walk as well from the baggage carousel to where your car service will fetch you.
The downfall is coming through Tom Bradley terminal currently in the outbreak is that there are no phone shops open to buy a sim card. By the time you get to the LAX-it you have no free wifi. This is a problem, if you have just arrived internationally.
Initially I took a regular taxi straight to a phone shop near the airport to buy a sim card, this completely defeats the purpose. It is also a bit of effort to get to LAX-it if you have a lot of luggage. It’s a bus and you need to arrange your bags on the provided shelves inside the bus.
You are not bothered by people at the baggage carousel offering to give you a ride.
It is a free service provided by the airport
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