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Approved Auckland Total Mobility taxi operators and fares as at 12 May.

Booking a Total Mobility taxi

  1. Phone the operator directly.
  2. Tell them that you will be using a Total Mobility AT HOP card, or a Total Mobility photo ID card.
  3. Let them know if you need wheelchair access or other assistance.

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  • Affordable Choice Cabs

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    Affordable Choice Cabs operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • East
    • South
    • West
    Affordable Choice Cabs fare information
    • Fare starts at $0.70 (flag fall) plus $2.39 for every kilometer you travel.
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicle fare starts at $0.70 (flag fall) plus $2.89 for every kilometer you travel.
    • Taxi waiting time is charged at $0.59 per minute.
    • Cleaning soilage is $100.
    • EFTPOS surcharge of $1.00 applies.
    • Credit card $3.00.
  • Alert Taxi

    More about Alert Taxi

    Alert Taxi operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • East
    • South
    • West
    Alert Taxi fare information
    • Fare starts at $0.70 (flag fall) plus $2.39 for every kilometer you travel.
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicle fare starts at $0.70 (flag fall) plus $2.89 for every kilometer you travel.
    • Taxi waiting time is charged at $0.59 per minute.
    • Cleaning soilage is $100.
    • EFTPOS surcharge of $1.00 applies.
    • Credit card $3.00.
  • Allways Mobility Transport

    More about Allways Mobility Transport

    Allways Mobility Transport operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • East
    • South
    • West
    Allways Mobility Transport fare information
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicles fare starts at $4 (flag fall) plus $4 for every kilometer you travel between and . Between and , the fare is $4.10 for every kilometer. Between and , the fare is $4.80 for every kilometer.
    • Taxi waiting time is charged at $1 per minute.
    • Cleaning soilage is $100.
  • Auckland Co-op Taxis

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    Auckland Co-op Taxis operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • East
    • South
    • West
    • Pukekohe
    Auckland Co-op Taxis fare information
    • Fare starts at $3 (flag fall) plus $2.60 for every kilometer you travel.
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicle fare starts at $4 (flag fall) plus $5 for every kilometer you travel.
    • Taxi waiting time is charged at $1 per minute.
    • Cleaning soilage is $150.
    • There is a $2.50 fee for all credit card / Eftpos payments.
  • Auckland Mobility Transport

    More about Auckland Mobility Transport

    Auckland Mobility Transport operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • East
    • South
    • West
    Auckland Mobility Transport fare information
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicle fare starts at $4 (flag fall) plus $4 for every kilometer you travel.
    • Taxi waiting time is charged at $1 per minute.
    • There is an additional $5 charge for transport between 5pm and 5am and at weekends and public holidays
  • Budget Taxis

    More about Budget Taxis

    Budget Taxis operate in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • East
    • South
    • West
    Budget Taxi fare information
    • Fare starts at $1.50 (flag fall) plus $2.40 for every kilometer you travel between 6am and 7pm on weekdays. fares for travel between 7pm and 6am on weekdays, at weekends and during public holidays are $2.60 for every kilometer plus the $1.50 flag fall.
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicle fare starts at $3 (flag fall) plus $3.50 (24/) for every kilometer you travel. There is a fee of $11.50 per chair for loading and unloading.
    • Taxi waiting time is charged at $0.80 per minute.
    • There is a $1 fee for all credit card / Eftpos payments.
    • Cleaning soilage is $100.
  • Cheap Cabs

    More about Cheap Cabs

    Cheap cabs operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • East
    • South
    • West
    Cheap Cabs fare information
    • Fare starts at $1.70 (flag fall) plus $2.40 for every kilometer you travel.
    • Taxi waiting time is charged at $0.70 per minute.
    • Cleaning soilage is $100.
  • Corporate Cabs

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    Corporate Cabs operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • East
    • South
    • West
    • Hibiscus Coast
    • Pukekohe
    Corporate Cabs fare information
    • Fare starts at $6 (flag fall) plus $2.96 for every kilometer you travel between 5am and 7pm, Monday to Friday. At all other times, the fare is $3.15 per kilometer you travel.
    • There is a $1 booking fee.
    • Taxi waiting time is charged at $1 per minute.
    • There is a $2 airport drop off fee and a $5 airport pickup fee.
    • There is a $1 security camera fee.
  • Discount Taxis

    More about Discount Taxis

    Discount Taxis operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • East
    • South
    • West
    Discount Taxis fare information
    • Fare starts at $1.90 (flag fall) plus $2.30 for every kilometer.
    • Taxi waiting time is $0.60 per minute.
    • Van charge is $8.
    • Cleaning soilage is $100.
  • Driving Miss Daisy

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    Driving Miss Daisy operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • East
    • South
    • West
    Driving Miss Daisy fare information

    Driving Miss Daisy is a pre-quoted service. We calculate our prices based on a per minute rate for transport only of $2.50 (within a city) and $3.00 per km (outside of the city). We use Google Maps to establish the travel distance and time of day to calculate all prices.

    Driving Miss Daisy companion services provide assistance in and out of the car, going to appointments, shopping and companionship on outings. Special needs are catered for including assistance with a walker or wheelchair.

    Our drivers are Dementia Friends and complete advanced driver training. We also have a large number of female drivers available.

    All companion services are charged separately.

    • Fares outside of the the city are $3 per kilometer travelled.
    • Fares within the city are charged at $2.50 per minute.
    • Waiting time is $0.50 per minute.
    • Booking technology fee $3.
    • There is a wheelchair hoist fee of $11.50.
  • Fab Drivers

    More about Fab Drivers

    Fab Drivers operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • East
    • South
    • West
    Fab Drivers fare information

    Our Companion Driving service is based on distance and time. Each service is quoted to specifically cater to your requirements and is quoted in advance so you will know the exact charge.

    • Fares start at $5 plus $2.50 per kilometer travelled.
    • Waiting time is $10 for every 15 minutes.
    • Cleaning soilage is $150.
  • Freedom Companion Driving Service

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    Freedom Compation Driving Service operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • East
    • South
    • West
    • Hibiscus Coast
    • Pukekohe
    • Warkworth
    Freedom Companion Driving fare information

    Our Companion Driving service is based on distance and time. Each service is quoted to specifically to cater to your requirements and is quoted in advance so you will know the exact charge.

    • There is a $3.00 booking fee.
    • Travel is charged at $2.25 per minute.
    • There is a $10.00 fee for use of the hoist or ramp.
  • Kiwk Cabs

    • 09 298 2000
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicles available on request.

    More about Kiwk Cabs

    Kwik Cabs operates in these areas of Auckland
    • East
    • South
    • Pukekohe
    Kwik Cabs fare information
    • Fare starts at $1.80 (flag fall) plus $2.50 for every kilometer you travel between 6am and 6pm on weekdays.
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicle fare starts at $1.80 (flag fall) plus $2.90 for every kilometer you travel.
    • Taxi waiting time is $0.90 per minute.
    • There is a $3 fee for all credit card / Eftpos payments.
    • Cleaning soilage is $80.
  • North Shore Taxis

    • 09 488 8000
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicles available on request.

    More about North Shore Taxis

    North Shore Taxis operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • West
    • Hibiscus
    • Warkworth
    North Shore Taxis fare information
    • Fare starts at $3 (flag fall) plus $2.60 for every kilometer you travel between 6am and 6pm on weekdays.
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicle fare starts at $5 (flag fall) plus $3.80 for every kilometer you travel.
    • Taxi waiting time is $0.95 per minute.
    • There is a $3 fee for all credit card / Eftpos payments.
  • R&R Total Mobility

    • 09 443 2506
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicles available on request.

    More about R&R Total Total Mobility

    North Shore Taxis operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • East
    • South
    • West
    • Hibiscus
    R&R Total Mobility fare information
    • Fare starts at $5 (flag fall) plus $4.35 for every kilometer you travel between 6:30am and 6:30pm on weekdays. The fare for travel between 6:30pm and 6:30am and on public holidays is $5.95 for every kilometer.
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicle fare starts at $5 (flag fall) plus $4.95 for every kilometer you travel between 6:30am and 6:30pm on weekdays. The fare for travel between 6:30pm and 6:30am and on public holidays is $5.95 for every kilometer.
    • Taxi waiting time is $1 per minute.
    • There is a $3 fee for all credit card / Eftpos payments.
  • RE-LI-ON-US Mobility Services

    More about RE-LI-ON-US Mobility Services

    RE-LI-ON-US Mobility Services operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • East
    • South
    • West
    RE-LI-ON-US Mobility Services fare information
    • Fare starts at $3 (flag fall) plus $4.75 for every kilometer you travel between 6:00am and 6:00pm on weekdays. The fare for travel between 6:00pm and 6:00am and on weekends is $5.50 for every kilometer.
    • The fares on public holidays is $6.90 for every kilometer.
    • If you need multiple pick-ups and drop offs, the fare is $5.00 for every kilometer.
    • Taxi waiting time is $1 per minute.
    • There is a $3 fee for all credit card / Eftpos payments.
    • Cleaning soilage is $150.
  • South Auckland Taxis

    • 09 278 5678
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicles available on request.

    More about South Auckland Taxis

    South Auckland Taxis operates in these areas of Auckland
    • East
    • South
    South Auckland Taxis fare information
    • Fare starts at $1.80 (flag fall) plus $2.80 ($3.20 if you need a van) for every kilometer you travel.
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicle fare starts at $1.80 (flag fall) plus $3.40 for every kilometer you travel.
    • Taxi waiting time is $1 per minute.
  • Supercare4u

    More about Supercare4u

    Supercare4u operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • East
    • South
    • West
    • Hibiscus Coast
    • Pukekohe
    • Warkworth
    Supercare4u fare information
    • Fare starts at $5 (flag fall) plus $4.20 for every kilometer you travel. These fares are for travel between 5am and 5pm on weekdays.
    • For travel between 5pm and 5am from Monday to Sunday, fares start at $7 (flag fall) plus $5.45 for every kilometer you travel.
    • Taxi waiting time is $1 per minute.
    • There is a 10% fee for all credit card / Eftpos payments.
  • Taxis United

    More about Taxis United

    Taxis United operates in these areas of Auckland
    • South
    • Pukekohe
    Taxis United fare information
    • Fare starts at $2.60 (flag fall) plus $2.08 for every kilometer you travel. These fares are for travel between 6am and 6pm. For travel between 6pm and 6am, the fare is $2.26 for every kilometer.
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicle fare starts at $2.60 (flag fall) plus $3.04 for every kilometer you travel.
    • Taxi waiting time is $0.78 per minute.
  • Waiheke Executive Transport

    More about Waiheke Executive Transport

    Waiheke Executive Transport operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Waiheke
    Waiheke Executive Transport fare information
    • Fare starts at $6 (flag fall) plus $5 for every kilometer you travel.
  • Warkworth Taxis (Leabourne Passenger Services)

    More about Warkworth Taxis

    Warkworth Taxis operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Warkworth
    • Hibiscus Coast
    Warkworth Taxis fare information
    • Fare starts at $4 (flag fall) plus $2.60 for every kilometer you travel between 6am and 6pm. For travel between 6pm and 6am, the fare is $2.90 for every kilometer.
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicle fare starts at $4 (flag fall) plus $3.10 for every kilometer you travel.
    • The fare on public holidays is $3.10 for every kilometer you travel.
    • Taxi waiting time is $1 per minute.
  • Western Cabs

    • 09 425 0000
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicles available on request.

    More about Western Cabs

    Western Cabs operates in these areas of Auckland
    • West
    Western Cabs fare information
    • Fare starts at $1.50 (flag fall) plus $2.40 for every kilometer you travel between 6am and 6pm on weekdays. For travel at all other times and on public holidays, the fare is $2.85 for every kilometer.
    • Wheelchair accessible vehicle fare starts at $3 (flag fall) plus $3 for every kilometer you travel.
    • The fare on public holidays is $3.10 for every kilometer you travel.
    • Taxi waiting time is $0.90 per minute.
    • There is a $2.50 fee for all credit card / Eftpos payments.
    • Cleaning soilage is $100.
  • Sky Mobility

    More about Sky Mobility

    Sky Mobility operates in these areas of Auckland
    • Central
    • North
    • East
    • South
    • West
    Sky Mobility fare information

    Call the operator for fare information.

    • Taxi waiting time is $1 per minute.
    • Cleaning soilage is $100.


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