Taxicab Passenger Information

A taxicab is a for-hire motor vehicle that transports up to eight passengers and provides either street hail or pre-arranged taxicab service. Cabs are equipped with a taximeter, and the passenger controls the route and destination. Taxicab drivers must have a chauffeur's registration posted and a vehicle license.

  • Passengers should make sure the driver is registered and the vehicle is licensed.
  • There must be a decal and/or license number on the exterior of the vehicle, and the driver's picture and registration number must be displayed on the vehicle dashboard Taxis are required to have a SunPass transponder.
  • This allows taxicab drivers to add tolls to the fares but at the discounted SunPass rate There is no per passenger or baggage charge Flat-rate taxi service applies to trips to and from Miami International Airport and the Port of Miami, the beaches, the Village of Key Biscayne and two zones close to the airport.
  • Flat rate guides should be posted on the right rear passenger window.

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