Hailo is the easiest way to hail a ride, hands down! Set your pickup location, select a car of your choice, tap Hailo Now and that’s it! Available in the UK - London, Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool | Ireland - Nationwide | Spain - Barcelona, Madrid | Singapore - Nationwide. Track your car in real time as it comes to pick you up in minutes. Or just kick back and relax, we’ll notify you when your car has arrived. Payments are simple and happen right from the app so you can just hop out when you arrive at your destination. And safety is a top Hailo priority -- all of our drivers are licensed by the local authority.
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================================================================Why choose Hailo?
Setting your pickup location is a breeze: We integrate with Foursquare and we remember your frequently used locations.
Car choices:Whether in a classic taxi or a luxury car, it’s easy to choose how you want to roll.
Fare Quotes: Never again agree to pay for a fare without knowing about how much it will cost. Use our fare quotes feature to enter your destination, and we’ll give you an estimate of how much your fare will cost.
An easy way to pay:No more fussing with paying for your taxi. Enter your card in our app and we’ll safely and securely keep it stored. Add multiple cards if you want, and you can switch between them for any trip. For those that must, don’t worry as you can still pay with cash.
Trip History and Receipts:Handy dandy receipts are kept in your history, and we’ll also email you a copy at the end of your trip.
Recover lost items: One day we left our wallet in the back of a taxi and it made for a pretty bad day. So we thought it would be great if Hailo offered a way to help you recover lost property.
Accessibility: Need a wheelchair accessible taxi? No problem, flip the accessibility switch on and we’ll only send accessible vehicles.
Twitter & Facebook integration: This is major because if you don’t tweet or post about your journey, how do people know it actually happened? Did it actually happen?