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    Just like any other part of the world, taxis are the easiest ways to go around in the compact city state of Singapore, with fares considered relatively low compared to those in most cities in developed countries.Taxis can be flagged on the streets or at taxi stands located at all train stations, malls and hotels. The initial flag down meter fare starts from S$2.50, which covers the first 1 km. A location surcharge may also apply.

    Fiat Croma Taxi

    All Singapore Taxis are fitted with electronic meters; are all air conditioned; are all 5-seaters (including the driver) unless otherwise stated; about 90% of taxis have radio-phones; and call booking is done via GPS or digital voice dispatch. Singapore taxi cab passengers must wear seat belts at all time under the Singapore law. Most Singapore taxi cabsĀ  run on diesel fuel, with more Singapore taxi companies turning to compressed natural gas (CNG) for greater savings in the recent years.

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    According to wikipedia, there is a total fleet of 25,176 taxis operated by eight taxi companies and independent drivers in May 2010, collectively completing 588,632 trips daily across the island in June 2005.

    Toyota Axio Taxi

    Taxis/Cab models used in Singapore:

    Most common and longest in history:
    Toyota Crown
    Nissan Cedric

    Other models used recently:
    Hyundai Sonata
    Kia Magentis
    Kia Carnival
    Kia Carens
    Toyota Wish (CNG)
    Honda Stream (CNG)
    Toyota Corolla Axio (CNG)
    Toyota Corolla Fielder (CNG)
    Honda Airwave (CNG)
    Honda Freed (CNG)
    Toyota Camry natural gas retrofit
    Peugeot Partner
    Toyota Hilux
    Toyota LiteAce
    Fiat Doblo Petrol
    Fiat Croma
    Honda Stepwagon (CNG)
    Mercedes-Benz E220 CDI
    Mercedes-Benz E200 NGT natural gas/petrol bi-fuel
    Mercedes-Benz Vito 115 CDI (7-seater)
    SsangYong Rodius SV270 XDI (7-seater)
    Volvo V70 natural gas
    London Cab TX1
    Volkswagen Touran
    Toyota Camry (2005 Japanese version)
    Chyrsler 300C
    Hyundai Azera

    Mercedes Benz vito 115

    Hyundai Sonata Taxi

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