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Call a Taxi: A Fare Guide for New Year's Eve

Need a driver for New Year's Eve or any other day of the year? Patch has a guide to get you to your San Diego County destination from Coronado.

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Patch file photo.

A DUI costs offenders an estimated $6,600, according to the California Department of Alcohol and Drugs Programs, and an alcohol-related motor vehicle crash kills someone every 30 minutes. If you are drinking, do not drive this holiday season. Call a cab on New Year's Eve.

The cost of a cab is not cheap, but it sure beats the alternative. If you are heading out on Tuesday night, be sure to have cash or a credit card and these phone numbers handy.

Estimated cab fare from Orange Avenue and Fourth Street in Coronado to popular San Diego County destinations:

  • Adams Avenue $30
  • Bird Rock $48
  • Carlsbad $117
  • Cardiff $87
  • Downtown San Diego $12 
  • Del Mar $72
  • East Lake (Chula Vista) $57 
  • Encinitas $93 
  • Hillcrest $21
  • Imperial Beach $30
  • La Jolla $54
  • Lindbergh Field $21
  • Little Italy $18 
  • Mission Valley $24
  • North Park $18
  • Ocean Beach $36 
  • Oceanside $129 
  • Old Town San Diego $27 
  • Pacific Beach $42 
  • Rancho Santa Fe $90 
  • San Diego State University $39 
  • San Ysidro-Mexican Border $51 
  • Santee $63 
  • Solana Beach $81

Local cab companies (info provided by the San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau):

American Cab 619-234-1111

  • Getting in: $2.80
  • Each mile: $3
  • Accepts: Major credit cards
  • Up to 4 passengers

Orange Cab 619-291-3333

  • Getting in: $2.80
  • Each mile: $3
  • Accepts: American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa
  • Up to 7 passengers

Silver Cab 619-280-5555

  • Getting in: $2.70
  • Each mile: $2.70
  • Accepts: American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa
  • Up to 4 passengers

Yellow Cab 619-444-4444

  • Getting in: $2.80
  • Each mile: $3
  • Accepts: American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa
  • Up to 4 passengers

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