At ComfortDelGro Taxi, our guiding principle is simple: Pursue benefits for both the business and the society concurrently. This two-pronged approach involves us finding ways to develop our business. Even as we deliver services to the communities, we are also mindful of any potential negative environment or safety impact that may result from the roll-out of our taxi operations.

We are continually looking at ways to manage and minimise the impact of our business operations on the environment. Our commitment to the environment is steadfast. Whether it is the taxis that we run or the building that we operate in, we are committed to ensuring the our Green Quotation is kept high.


The majority of our 11,500 ComfortDelGro taxis have emissions that meet at least the Euro 4 emissions standards. Our aim is to have 25% of our taxi fleet meet the Euro 6 emissions standards by 2020.

Hyundai Kona Electric Taxi (Long range)

    • Fully electric
    • Vehicle efficiency at 201kW/rpm
    • Zero emissions

Hyundai Ioniq Electric Taxi

    • Fully electric
    • Vehicle efficiency at 118kW/rpm
    • Zero emissions

Hyundai Ioniq Hybrid Taxi

    • Powered by battery and petrol
    • Fuel efficiency at 29.4km per litre
    • Zero emissions

Toyota Prius Hybrid Taxi

    • Powered by battery and petrol
    • Fuel efficiency of 25.6km per litre at optimal level
    • Zero emissions

Mercedes Benz E220 BlueTEC LimoCab

    • Euro 6
    • Emits 124g carbon per km
    • Transforms 90% of nitrogen oxide into environmentally friendly particles such as water and nitrogen
    • Fuel efficiency of 25.6km/litre at optimal level

Hyundai i-40 Taxi

    • Euro 5
    • Emits 159g carbon per km
    • Fuel efficiency of 16.7km/litre under optimal level

Hyundai Sonata Taxi

    • Euro 4
    • Emits 184g carbon per km
    • Fuel efficiency of 12.3km/litre at optimal level

Health & Safety

The saying goes that prevention is better than cure. This is certainly true for vehicles and machinery. Indeed, vehicles that are operating less than optimal level tend to emit more harmful emissions. This is why we have a rigorous maintenance regime in place. All our taxis are sent to the workshops on a monthly basis for preventive maintenance.



Guide Dogs Allowed
Click here to view our guidelines on Guide Dogs.

ComfortDelGro Taxi also supports Guide Dogs Singapore by waiving the current booking fee of up to three times a day for all registered guide dog handlers.



Handicare Cab Scheme

ComfortDelGro Taxi pledges to support the Handicare Cab Scheme by ensuring its taxi services are made affordable and available to the physically-challenged. Funds have been set aside yearly to reimburse the prevailing booking fees of taxi trips taken by members of the Handicaps Welfare Association.

The prevailing booking fee of up to $8.00 for a normal taxi booking is waived. To be eligible for this service, you must first register with the Handicaps Welfare Association (HWA).

For enquiry, please call the HWA hotline at 6254 3006.

Reaching Out

CabbyCare Charity Group

CabbyCare Charity Group was initiated and formed in February 2000 by eight CityCab cabbies who wanted to spend their time more productively by helping the less fortunate. It then grew to its current size of over 300 members and is very active in various community projects. CabbyCare was given the Outstanding New Volunteerism Initiative Award by the National Volunteer Centre in November 2002 and the President’s Service Social Award in August 2003.

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Donating Used Taxis for Rehabilitative Purpose

Instead of scrapping used taxis, ComfortDelGro donates them to hospitals, elderly homes and schools for rehabilitative and training purposes. It has donated more than 20 decommissioned taxis to-date.