|Calls welcomed 24 hours|
|Randy & Hilda Hursh|
|Cash, MasterCard, VISA, and American Express.|
|Corporate Accounts welcomed|
Checker Cab Company is a Davis taxicab service dedicated to getting you where you need to go. Our many customers include Davis residents, business travelers and University staff, visitors, and students. We also provide several families with after-school transportation services from three elementary schools. All of our drivers are background-screened through the Department of Justice and all of our vehicles are insured and well-maintained.
We would be honored to be your choice and grateful for your business.
Davis Business License- on file.
Sac Airport Permits- Unknown at this time
Yolo County Business License- As of Mar. 31, 2010 No License on record with Yolo County, possibly restricting transportation outside of Davis, if not within the Davis city Limits.
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2007-03-14 20:24:30 Our goal is to provide the absolute best, most reliable transportation service available. If we fall short, I would appreciate an opportunity to make it right. Do not hesitate to call me. Of course, all comments are welcomed here and will be reviewed and addressed. —RandyHursh
2007-03-26 16:39:44 When the Yolobus to the airport was full, I called Checker Cab. They arrived quickly, the ride was comfortable, and I got to my flight on time. I will definitely call them the next time I need a ride. —MichaelMurray
2008-03-29 15:46:02 This is the best cab company in town by far, the drivers are the nicest there are. Dan on the weekend nights is great an always on time!!!! I will always call Checker Cab first! —dnm12
2008-09-20 12:46:45 Stuck without a car and needing to get my old dog to the vet, Randy really went out of his way to help me. Great company! —MichellePalmer
2009-06-22 12:16:26 Highly recommended! Picked me up on a last minute call after an aggravating no-show by Yolo Airporter (should be "Nolo Airporter"). Very nice folks. Will go out of their way to make sure you get where you need to go when you need to get there. —katzwest
2009-07-30 22:48:03 My ride with Yolo-airporter just informed me 15 minutes ago that they "can't give me a ride" but they "wished me the best", so naturally I hoped on to DavisWiki and came to this entry — let met just say, this service is excellent. Although they were unfortunately busy during the time I needed to get to SFO, they helped me out far more than Yolo-Airporter. I'd highly recommend this taxi company for its service. —AlexNelson
2009-12-17 22:49:27 Checker cab is a winning proposition, safe, courteous drivers who are prompt and punctual. Dan is the man at checker cab and that is no lie people. Randy cares about making things right, so be sure to let him know if you felt let down! —StevenDaubert
2010-09-14 16:10:49 Finally: quick response (HONEST estimation per wait time), neat/ clean vehicle (no cig. butts, stained seats, foul odors); what a pleasant surprise after having delt with 'other' cab services in Davis. ! Thanks from Rick @NorCal Garage, Dixon. —RichardDurland
2010-09-23 13:43:36 This company is reliable and responsible. Do not use Village or Davis Taxi. Village promised to call me back but never did and Davis Taxi recommends Village! Hmmmmmmm. —thelmaleegross
2010-09-23 17:53:51 I would like to take a moment to personally thank Checker Cab for the many referrals they have sent Village Cab over the years and also express my gratitude
for the times they have fielded calls for Village Cab. Randy & Hilda, I and all the drivers
here at Village THANK YOU! - David 'Max' Placencia —DavidPlacencia
2010-12-12 15:14:38 Checker is the first service I call whenever a guest at La Quinta needs a ride. If Randy can't make it, which DOES happen, he generally knows who's more likely to be available. I've heard nothing but good about his service from guests and definitely recommend Checker first. :) —KBathory