Radio Taxi

A hired car or taxi (generally with a driver) is available to visit many far off places around and within the Delhi city. But then, Metro service is comparatively comfortable and cheaper.

Most of the taxis in Delhi are old but the CNG operated Omni van and ambassadors display yellow and black livery with green stripe.

The most preferred choice for a family is Chevrolet Travera or Toyota Innova. All the hired cars carry meter charging 15 Rs for the initial one Km and 9.50 Rs for every km after that. These meters are frequently rigged so it’s advisable to fix the price before the journey.

Most of the journey inside the city will be charged between RS 200 – 500, whereas trip towards airport might be costlier depending on starting point. They charge 1500 Rs for an 8 hour journey and tip is essential for drivers. There is no air-conditioning facility in yellow and black taxis. In case of air-conditioned, they collect extra fares. (The fares should be fixed by bargaining hard with cab drivers).

Radio Taxi services were introduced in Delhi with a clear vision to deliver clean, safe, affordable cost, sophisticated, efficient and personalized public commuting service. If a person likes to hire or rent a taxi, they can effortlessly avail this comfortable, professional and air-conditioned radio taxi facility from any of the radio can companies.

One can avail this radio cab service either for local travel or for any long journey. If a person hires a cab, he will be provided with the cab number along with driver’s number well in advance.

These radio cabs are equipped with digital fare metres, thermal printers to issue receipt/bill, GPRS technology etc. They charge their customers from starting till end point on kilometer basis. These safety cabs are readily available round the clock basis irrespective of time.

A few leading radio taxi operators' numbers:

  • Delhi Cab: 91-11-44333222
  • Easy Cab: 91-11-43434343
  • Quick Cabs: 91-11-45333333
  • Meru Cabs: 91-11-44224422
  • Mega cab: 91-11-41414141


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