Free vaxi taxi service to get vaccinated in Luton

Luton Council are pleased to offer this free taxi service for Luton residents who need transport to get vaccinated

The Luton Council COVID-19 website page says “We know that the cost of travel can be a barrier to getting vaccinated. In an effort to improve vaccination uptake among the residents of Luton it is now possible to book a free taxi to and/or from your vaccination appointment or walk-in site.

Watch this video that shows how the Vaxi Cab service works:

Watch the video on YouTube: A walk through of the free taxi service in Luton

Below are a list of COVID-secure vehicles which can seat up to five people allowing you and your household to go safely to any of the vaccination sites in Luton.

How does it work?

Step 1: Book your vaccination appointment or decide which walk-in site you would like to attend.

Step 2: Contact any of the registered Hackney Cabs from the list below. Let them know that you would like to book a taxi to attend your vaccination appointment or walk-in site. Let them know where you are being picked up and dropped off (pick up or drop off location must be your selected vaccination site) and the time you would like to be picked up.

Step 3: You will not be asked to pay anything as long as you are going to and/or from the vaccination sites and from and/or to a residential home in Luton.

Step 4: Join the community in protecting yourself and others from Coronavirus by getting vaccinated!

Choose from the list of registered vaxi taxis below:

  • A to B Group, 01582 733333
  • Mr A Rauf, 07944105288″

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