Q: Price per mile a taxi in Lincoln?

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The average cost per mile doesn't care about where you're driving, it's only concerned with the gas mileage of the vehicle, and price per gallon of the fuel. Figure out your gas mileage, check the fuel prices, do the math, and you're done. gas price/MPG=cost per mile

One tenth mile per second.One tenth mile per second.One tenth mile per second.One tenth mile per second.

400 divide by miles per gallon times gas price = answer

walk slowly = 20-25 mins per mile walk briskly = 17-20 mins per mile walk fast = 13-17 mins per mile jog = 9-13 mins per mile run = 5-9 mins per mile hope this helped, :)

Cellphone call: 8¢ per minute Taxi: 90¢ per 1/4 mile Walking: 4 miles per hour Rain: 36 millimeters per hour Battery charge: 275 milliamperes (milli-coulombs per second) Electrical energy: 100 watts (joules per second)

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Taxis in the Chicago O'Hare airport charge a flat rate of two dollars per mile. If your taxi is charging you more than two dollars per mile, you're being ripped off.

$5.00 initial pick up fee and $2.00 per mile

The average price is $0.60 cents per mile. This rate can vary depending on the size of the car and the distance being traveled.

It cost $76 with 2 people in a taxi! Could have been a sham. Super Shuttle charges $48 one way per person. City bus is $2.50 and takes 2 hours with transfers. Next time I will rent a car at Williams Gateway. Also a executive transportation is flat rate. Their prices range from $65-$80. They do not charge per mile. RideFlex has a good price at $75.00. They use Lincoln Town Cars.

Tpa uses 2 taxi services. Each charge the same. $2 to sit in the taxi and $2.25 per mile. Clearwater is approx. 20 miles from the airport.

With most factors considered, it costs about 1.38 dollars per mile to operate a commercial. That is based on a fuel price of 3.42 dollars per gallon.

Miles driven divided by MPG = gallons used. Gallons used multiplied by price per gallon = total price spent for miles driven. Total cost divided into total miles = cost per mile.Take the price of gas and divided it by your cars mpg.Price of Gas Per Gallon/Miles Per Gallon = cost per mile.$3.12 per gallon/ 22 mpg = 14 cents per mile.

It's impossible to answer this because - that would depend on (at least) the following factors...1. What country you're in...2. The distance you need to travel...3. The time you travel (it may be more if you travel after a certain time)...4. The price the taxi firm charges per mile...5. Whether they charge extra if you put luggage iin the boot of the taxi...