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Serving Memphis Since 1998
With over 20 years of driving experience in Memphis, Tony’s Taxis and Livery service is proud to be serving the Memphis metro area with the finest personal transportation service in all of Tennessee.
As a locally owned business we are readily available for all types of transpiration services including sports events, proms, parties, airport transportation, and corporate events, and much more.
We’ll help you have that great event and experience that you deserve by making your transportation service the best that it can be.
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Ready for a taxi or limo service now? Call one of our dispatchers for immediate service to anywhere in the Memphis metropolitan area. All major credit cards are accepted.
Want to reserve time ahead for an import trip or appointment? We make it easy with an appointment tool where you can select the location, date, and time for pickup.
Make it easy to get service from Tony’s Team with the GoCurb App. Quicker than Uber and Lyft, GoCurb provides instant access to wait times and an easy interface for payment.
Hopefully you can tell the difference when you choose our Memphis taxi cab service!
From Tony's Blog
When your car breaks down or when your just in Memphis for a vacation, what kind mode of transportation do you prefer? Here in Memphis, there are different kinds of transportation that you can use to get to your destination. One of the best, that I happen to drive is a taxi cab. Don’t believe
Hello again! Tony here and I’m back today to talk about maintaining your taxi fleet. But first I have a confession to make, and it’s a bit embarrassing. Although I had I have been driving all types of taxis in and around Memphis for nearly 2 decades, it just recently dawned on me recently how
Ready for a completely driverless taxi cab? Riders in the Phoenix area will have the chance to summon a fully autonomous, self-driving vehicle when Google’s Waymo launches its ride-sharing service later this year, the company announced. Waymo launched a pilot program last year, but has until now relied on vehicles that still have “operators” ready