How Much Do Taxis Charge Per Mile?

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Taxi fare charges per mile differ from city to city. Large cities charge a flat meter rate of $2.25-$2.85 plus an additional $1.80-$3.60 for every mile traveled. There can be a $1.00 fee for the first passenger and $0.50 for each additional passenger. The taxi company might also charge $0.20-$0.50 for every 36 seconds that pass or $0.25 for every red light.
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The initial fare is $2.50 and it's $2 per mile in NYC.
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what do u charge per mil
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I've seen taxis charge $2.50 per mile, or $.25 per 1/10 of a mile. But, I've also seen $2.00 per mile, or $.20 per 1/10 of a mile. It all depends on where your using the taxi service
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Your main concern is miles driven, not time. Metered cab fares are a combination of time and mileage, with mileage being the dominant factor by far. If you're on a freeway going 60
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