Have access to hundreds of licensed taxi cabs (yellow and green) and for-hire vehicles, throughout the United States (Now available in NYC only)
- No more lines and dispatchers
- Vehicle parked a few steps from you
- Get paid and pay for the rental right from the app
- Know your expenses, such as rental fees, tickets, tollways and much more
1. Locate a vehicle for work
Choose an available taxi or for-hire vehicle near you, licensed and regulated accordingly with your state. Filter by vehicle type, engine type and distance from you
2. Reserve a vehicle
Taxicabs can be rented on either Flat or Flex lease option
Out of Boro Taxis & for-hire vehicles can be rented on the weekly basis
3. Pending reservation
You have 30 minutes to start your rental.
4. Active rental
In an active rental mode, you are able to lock/unlock the doors, monitor remaining time of your rental, as well as view detailed report of expenses and earnings.
5. Rental History
Overview your rental history and see full expense and profit report.
Overview your balance, see active rental and pending credits.
Switch to transactions and see all transfers associated with your account.
Tollways and expense pages provide detailed information associated with your account.
Add a credit/debit card to a payment method, use it for your rentals (taxicabs are allowed to pay at the end of the rental period). Add a bank account to withdraw funds.
8. Trips (only for taxis)
Detailed trip reports that include entire breakdown of earnings, expenses and much more
End of rental summary report
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- See preferred car drop-off areas
- Improved performance
- Minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Many Drivers have Complaints about this Company
Been driving with this company for 1 year with no issues, and all of a sudden they decide to take extra (after lease, tolls, surcharges, other taxes, etc.) money from my account without any explanation, if I ask for a receipt they’ll say they don’t have one which is a violation of TLC rules. If I ask why they took extra money from me they’ll say a customer disputed a transaction, and yet when I call their credit card company they say no such thing happened. So I call Lacus back and ask them to provide me with the trip numbers of the disputed transactions and they’ll say “we don’t have that right now.” Then they ask you to come to the office, but I didn’t even bother because I’ve already asked other drivers what happens if you do that, and they say they still don’t get their money back. If you currently drive for this company report them to the TLC and change to a different company as soon as possible. If you don’t drive for this company, then keep it that way.
Developer Response ,
We are perplexed by this review for numerous reasons. First and foremost, all transactions are continuously available for review on the Lacus application, including any debits. Moreover, third party intermediaries, such as Curb and CMT insure that fraudulent and erroneous activity, including failure to turn off a meter after trip completion, are reaccredited to transportation customers. Credit card companies do not make or provide information on reaccrediting activity. We are committed to assisting our users with questions and concerns. We will be glad to address the misinformation you have received. Please do not hesitate to contact our customer service.
How is anybody supposed to make any money after all the expenses are taken out? ($130 shift lease+NYC surcharges and fees+ gas= $150)per shift or more. You barely make a $100 per 12h shift..talk about modern day slavery. They sometimes charge you BS cancelation fee of $50 even when you didn't cancel. Most of their cars are dirty and in bad shape with 90% of their hybrid system/battery not working.
Also they hold your funds for almost a week and direct deposit takes 5-6 days to show up in your bank account. You can rent an Uber-ready car for about $400/week and get to keep it 24/7 compare that to this company's $1100/week price. Why don't the city and the TLC regulate those yellow cab companies on their outrageous rental prices?
Not great experience. I only did one shift to check it out. I was robbed for gas money. I picked up a car with 83% gas according to the app and returned it the same way. I was charged $8 dollars for gas and $8 service charge that wasn’t mentioned anywhere. To get the payout is also a hassle. They r holding $100 deposit for a month that I also wasn’t aware of. I wouldn’t recommend using this app to anyone. Also for someone who doesn’t live in Manhattan Queens or Brooklyn catching a car from home at a decent time is close to impossible. They don’t show let’s say that the car is gonna available in an hour let’s say so u can get there in time 👎
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.