Could you call me when I arrive my destination?

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reginaregina

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Chinese
When I get on a bus, could I tell the bus driver,
"I haven’t been there before, so could you call me when I arrive XX(my destination)?"
Is it good English?
It seems that in America, when a bus stops at a stop, on one tells you which stop you are arriving. Is it true in all areas in America? In my coutry, when a bus stops at a stop, ticketseller or a machine will tell you the name of the stop.


 
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    American English
    You're welcome ... and I just thought of something even more likely: I haven’t been to Wichita before, so could you tell me when we get there?
     
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