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Taxi Fares in Mobile, AL, United States

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Taxi Start (Normal Tariff) 3.00 $
Taxi 1 mile (Normal Tariff) 1.95 $ 1.50-2.40
Taxi 1hour Waiting (Normal Tariff) 14.50 $ 10.00-19.00

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38.85 $1328.35 $2347.85 $3367.35 $4386.85 $
410.80 $1430.30 $2449.80 $3469.30 $4488.80 $
512.75 $1532.25 $2551.75 $3571.25 $4590.75 $
614.70 $1634.20 $2653.70 $3673.20 $4692.70 $
716.65 $1736.15 $2755.65 $3775.15 $4794.65 $
818.60 $1838.10 $2857.60 $3877.10 $4896.60 $
920.55 $1940.05 $2959.55 $3979.05 $4998.55 $
1022.50 $2042.00 $3061.50 $4081.00 $50100.50 $
1124.45 $2143.95 $3163.45 $4182.95 $51102.45 $
1226.40 $2245.90 $3265.40 $4284.90 $52104.40 $
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2 Comments so far

#Sadie on Jan 15, 2018 :
I also very seldom need a cab, infact today was the first time ive ever needed one, but my car wouldnt start this morning, and i had somewhere very important to be. IT also just so happens to be martin luther king day, so im not sure if that has anything to do with my steep price, but after calling 5 different cab companies, i was only able to get a response from 2. One said he was on a job at the moment, but could pick me up in the time frame i needed, and told me it would be aout $27 to $30 to get where i needed to go and be brought back home. The second person said that he could also take me, but that it would be about $70 or $80 for the same round trip. The second person arrived first, and i did end up paying the $70 plus $6 for a tip because he asked me if i was going to give him one. Now, the first person i spoke to me urged me not to go with the other service because he was ripping me off at that price, and was known to be a pervert, but since he got there first, i did feel bad and decided to go with him anyways. The taxi i went with told me that there's no way i could've gotten where i was going and back for the $27 the first guy had told me it would cost, and that i must not have told him that i needed to also go back home from the first destination, but i know for a fact that i did tell him that twice. Since i don't know much about the price of a taxi ride, i'm wondering who was right, and who was telling me the truth? I calculated the trip here on this sight, and it gave me a price of about $33 just to get to my destination, so that doesn't include me getting back home, which is what i needed. So if you add that all up, it'd seem that the $70 i paid was actually pretty accurate. I'm just so confused. However, what i do know is that taxi's are ridiculously expensive, and i hope to never have to pay nearly $80 for 24 mile trip again, because that is just insane to me.
#k.ayers on Jan 01, 2017 :
I seldom need a cab and now after the outrageous fare of $12.00 for going under 2 miles today, I probably will never ride in one again. At least, not a Mobile Yellow Cab! There is no way a Yellow Cab employee should flippantly say, "well, that's the way it is." Saying that does not make it right. So please take my complaint personally. Yellow Cab in Pensacola charged so much less for the 6.4 miles I went. I paid $18.00. That comes out to being $3.00 a mile. As compared to $12 for just under 2 miles....I hope you see my point. ...BTW, I was once charged $7.00 flat rate for no matter where I was taken on Whidbey Island where I lived for 2 years. First, he took me to the store and then to the shuttle for the Mainland. That seems more "customer friendly" to me. How about you?