"You have to get off at the front."
Error here: 要 is not appropriate as used in this sentence here; in this example, 得 （dêi) is the right word: it's an obligation that is imposed on you (transportation regulations etc.), AND NOT one that comes from you, such as "I have to order something (because I'm hungry)". Thank you!
I constantly get answers rejected because of 要，应该，需要. I think these are used here somewhat inconsistently? Otherwise, great job.
I selected taxi, rather than car, in the word bank. The sentence doesn't specify what kind of vehicle the person needs to get out of, so the answerer should not be penalized for choosing a different kind of vehicle.