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Taxi

Taxi in Moscow In Moscow any car is a taxi, and you will quickly notice how Muscovites get around by simply sticking out a hand and jumping into the first car that stops. If your Russian is up to the negotiations, you can try this for yourself, although you should be extremely careful about choosing who you ride with.

Official taxis are more expensive, but still cheap by European standards unless, of course, you're being ripped-off. The market is increasingly competitive, and a number of well-established firms now run large fleets of cars with regulated fares. Official taxis come in a variety of guises, but normally have some yellow markings and a yellow roof-light. If the car is not equipped with a meter then you can set a fixed rate for a specific destination. The easiest option, wherever possible, is to order a taxi in advance from one of the recommended firms listed below.

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