Taxi tariffs in Great Britain are officially set by cities or districts.
The taxi tariff Birmingham was last set in June 2012 and published in the official tariff ordinance.
It is binding for all taxis and taxi companies within the compulsory driving area and may not be exceeded or undercut. This is ensured by officially calibrated taximeters installed in the taxis.
|Nearby taxi rates in the area|
|Taxi rate Crewe||52.6%|
|Taxi rate Manchester||7.5%|
|Taxi rate Sheffield||12.0%|
|Taxi rate Bradford||20.3%|
|Taxi rate Leeds||21.8%|
Base fee: £ 2.20
1. Kilometer: £ 1.45
Each additional kilometer: £ 1.12
Waiting time per hour: £ 15.72
Monday to Saturday from 11:00pm until 7:00am. Sunday all day.
Base fee: £ 2.40
1. Kilometer: £ 1.86
Each additional kilometer: £ 1.28
Waiting time per hour: £ 18.00
In the ranking list of the most expensive taxi tariffs in Great Britain the taxi tariff Birmingham occupies
Place 13 of 16
The basis for calculating the cheapest and most expensive tariffs is a taxi ride of 8 kilometers with a duration of 20 minutes in the daily tariff.
|Distance||by day||by night|
This table does not contain any stand and waiting times but only takes the driven distance into account.