Taxi Fee per MileTaxis per mile
The Leeds taxi tariff is laid down in a regional regulation.
In Paris, don't be overburdened by taxi drivers.
Renting a taxi in Paris can be expensive if you don't know how the system works. Charles de Gaulle Airport's most important railway junction in the north of Paris, the Charles de Gaulle Nord Station is a prime example. I' m often in town and usually take the RER commuter from CDG to this point, and then a taxi to my guesthouse.
There are many taxi riders outside the train stations requesting their taxi service. You will also be informed that they are "normal" cabs, which means that they are allowed if they are not. Example: My fellow Member and I were approached by several taxi riders and explained that the price would be about 55 euro for our accommodation, which is only a few kilometres away.
The current price of a taxi was about 10 Euro. The Gare du Nord, like any other establishment, has an offical taxi line at the edge of the railway area. Renegade riders gather in front of the front door to capture the unsuspects. By choosing one of these fraudsters, they can charge you too much, take you around town to raise rates, decline to give you cash for bigger denominations, don't take your card and charge additional baggage or passenger fees.
Therefore, only regular cabs can be trustworthy. Traditional and licenced cabs are very characteristic: they all have a rooftop label with either yellow or white LEDs to indicate their presence. Never get into a taxi that doesn't show these signs. You should also find out what the authorised screens look like, because of course there are forgeries, although there are severe punishments for the driver if they are captured.
In Paris, a taxi will always have a taxi lights and a plate on the rooftop. When staying at a guesthouse, be aware that calling the courier or receptionist for a taxi may incur additional costs in excess of the basic rate. I' ve seen that riders will pay higher prices because they think the passengers don't know the differences.
Better practise is to mark a taxi on the road or go to a particular taxi rank located in most favourite places. Accommodation can also be set back by a driver for longer journeys, especially to an airport. You will seldom or never tell your guest that the guesthouse is doing its best.
Number on the right is the minimal fee which is included in the total tariff. Juristic cabs always have the following attributes: Make sure you have enough money to pay your ticket, as most cabs do not take debit card. In Paris, there are three main taxi businesses that all have smart-phone apps: G7 (331 41 27 66 77), Alpha Taxi (331 45 85 85 85 85), Taxi Bleu (331 49 36 1010).
The tariffs for taxis in Paris are full of variables: In Paris there are firm tariffs for the journey to the airport from the town, usually 50-55 Euro, according to whether from the right or right shore. Whilst you may think that pre-booking a taxi would be a good option, it will take more time.
As a rule, the fee for this is up to 7 Euro; acquisition costs: Standard starting fees are 2.60-4 Euro; kilometre flat rate: 29 Euro, according to weekday; daily or overnight flat rate: The price per kilometre and per hour varies according to the season; Supplementary fare for passengers: 4 Euro per person if there are more than four passengers in a taxi; Supplementary fare for baggage: a fee may be charged for more than two bags or for a large bag; Inside Paris or outside the city:
Fees may differ according to whether you are inside or outside the town; timing: We have three levels of fees for the per-minute time the taxi does not move according to your position. When a taxi is prebooked, it costs 35.80 Euro per hours so they can await you.
Failure to comprehend Paris cabs and how they work can result in high costs. I prefer costs and availability, especially because I don't have to use hard currency and I can take a taxi almost anywhere, depending on my position on the Global Positioning System (GPS). There is a minimal charge of 6 Euro for over 30 Euro/minute and 1,05 Euro/km.