There are no shortage of taxis cabs in Orlando. Catching a taxi From Orlando International Airport or from your resort hotel to / from the many Central Florida attractions is fairly easy.
These days your hotel concierge will be happy to arrange a car service for you or you can easily download the car service mobile app and make the reservations youself.
Most Orlando taxi sedan service have calibrated meters but are not required to use them, except all taxicabs picking up at Orlando International Airport. Orlando Airport taxis are regulated by the City of Orlando's Vehicle-for-Hire ordinance which requires fares to be determined by a taximeter. Flat rate fees are not authorized from the airport.
Orlando taxi cabs may carry up to 9 passengers, and charge the same rate regardless of the number of passengers.
There are 8 Taxi Companies and 548 taxicabs in the City of Orlando.
Taxi fares within Orlando are not regulated, so expect to see different fares from different companies.
To avoid suprises, it is suggested that you clearly understand the approximate fare in advance before taking the trip or insist that the driver use a calibrated meter.
Always ask for a receipt for all trips. This will help you track down the taxicab if you ever have any questions, concerns or lose any personal belongings. Call 407-541-4313 to register comments.
|Ace Metro/Luxury Cab||(407) 855-1111|
|Diamond Cab Company||(407) 523-3333|
|Quick Cab||(407) 447-1444|
|Star Taxi||(407) 857-9999
|Town & Country Transport||(407) 828-3035|
|Airport Shuttle USA, Inc.||(407) 219-9196|
|Central Florida Transportation Group, Inc.||(407) 545-5739|
|Advantage Yellow Cab||(407) 812-7000|
The Orlando Taxi fare information below is provided to give you approximate fares to various parts of the city. The rates quoted are for an Orlando Taxi Sedan. Expect to pay more for rides on an SUV and Luxury Vans.
ZONE 1 - Orlando International Airport
ZONE 2 - Downtown / South Orlando
ZONE 3 - International Drive
Source: Mears Transportation
ZONE 4 - Lake Buena Vista, Walt Disney World, Highway 192W
ZONE 5 - Kissimmee, US 27 & I-4, Highway 192 east of SR 535, Maitland, Winter Park
Source: Mears Transportation
Taxis are available on both the A and B sides of the Main Terminal, on the Ground Transportation Level (Level) 1, at Commercial Lane parking spaces:
A5, A6, A7, A8, A22, A23, A24, A25 & B5, B6, B7, B8, B20, B21, B22, B23, B24, B25
Taxis may carry up to 9 passengers, and charge the same rate.
Limousines normally have fixed rates so agree on the fare before you set off.
Florida Statutes, Section 316.613 requires every operator of a motor vehicle transporting a child five (5) years of age or younger, to provide for the protection of the child by using a crash-tested, federally approved child restraint device.
Any taxicab or vehicle for hire driver in Florida can be cited for violation of FSS 316.613, if he or she is operating a ten passenger or less vehicle and transporting a child under five without providing an appropriate child restraint device.
We recommend bringing your own child car seat for the following reasons
1) There is no guarantee the next taxi in line will have a child car restraint. This might involve calling ahead to make special arrangements with the taxi company.
2) It's good to know the history of the car restraint your child will riding in.
3) Personal hygiene should be tops on your list. A dirty car seat provided by your taxi driver is not a place for your toddler.