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How much does a handicap accessible taxi generally cost?

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A handicap-accessible taxi typically costs the same as the other taxis in the company's fleet; pricing depends on the company and city in which it operates. For example, a handicap-accessible taxi from Ronald Reagan Airport uses the same metered rates as all other taxis dispatched from that location.

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A handicap-accessible taxi is a vehicle that has been equipped to accommodate wheelchairs and other mobility devices used to assist people with disabilities. In Boston, these taxis are generally utility vehicles or minivans. They operate in the same manner as other taxis, including rates and fees. On the road, they are identified by the blue accessibility symbol.

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