Companies within this industry are focused and engaged in providing passenger transportation services by automobile or van, not operated over regular routes and on regular schedules.
Taxicab owner/operators, taxicab fleet operators, or taxicab organizations businesses are included in this industry.
Cross-References. Establishments primarily engaged in–
- Providing special needs transportation services (except to and from school or work) for the infirm, elderly, or handicapped–are classified in liability class code 485991, Special Needs Transportation;
- Offering limousine services, also known as livery –are classified within class code 485320, Limousine Service; and
- Service providers offering scheduled shuttle services between hotels, airports, or other set destination points–are classified in liability class code 485999, All Other Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation.
- Does not include Party Buses
Keep in mind that the codes apply towards general liability, and don't include commercial auto liability, which is a seperate type of insurance product. While a taxi may have the greatest risk for causing injury while the vehicle is moving, taxi's also face general liability exposure for other various reasons including when a passenger is entering or exiting the taxi cab.
|Corresponding Index Entries|
|485310||485310||485310||Cab (i.e., taxi) services|
|485310||485310||485310||Taxicab dispatch services|
|485310||485310||485310||Taxicab fleet operators|