to the New Zealand Taxi Federation. Here you will be able to locate
the leading providers of taxi and specialised transport services
throughout New Zealand.
You will be able to read the latest news affecting the taxi industry,
read about the benefits of becoming a member, the rights of passengers
and drivers and the commitment of NZ Taxi Federation approved providers
to give you the best possible service. Of special note are services
such as special needs, meet and greet, maxi taxi and tours.
New Zealand Taxi Federation (its full name is the New Zealand Taxi
Federation and Limousine and Shuttle Association) is an incorporated
society whose primary objective is the promotion of quality management
and service in the passenger service industry throughout New Zealand.
organisations include taxi organisations, limousine services and
shuttle services across the country. The range of member organisations
include co-operatives with 700 plus taxis to single unit operators
providing specialised niche services. The vehicles available from
members include sedans, limousines, wheelchair access vans and cars,
minibuses and others. Our members travel an estimated 30 million
kilometres a year and carry over 60 million passengers. Our member
organisations pride themselves on meeting quality levels which include
vehicle standards and driver training.
mission is to help members provide efficient and economic passenger
transport services to meet the needs of the travelling public, and
to be the advocate of the operators of for-hire services (taxis,
limousines, total mobility services and shuttles) at national and
aim to gather, keep, analyse and distribute data so members can
measure their performance against industry standards.
will assist members with advice and information designed to enhance
will use the purchasing power of the membership to negotiate buying
privileges for members.
will collect and disseminate information for the benefit of members.
will advance the image of members by the dissemination of consistent
and accurate information on the role and the contribution of members
to the transportation task in their region.
will advocate on behalf of members for sensible and practical
law governing the operation of their services and its equitable