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Taxis and rental cars are both available for visitors to Grand Junction. However, both of these transportation options have certain advantages as well as disadvantages.
Taxis are a good way of getting around the immediate city, but if planning on traveling much further, consider another option (see the
Trip Advisor: Getting Around page) as the fares can get rather high. Fares are based on meters, which are government regulated and standard for all companies. The best way to get a taxi is to call one of the agencies ahead of time to arrange for a pick-up. For a list of companies located in or around the city, check out this
Taxi Company List. Most hotels, restaurants, and bars will be happy to make this call for their customers.
A personal vehicle is the most convenient form of transportation available in Grand Junction, as it allows the greatest freedom and flexibility in travel. There are a few public transportation options available in and around the city, but a car is required for exploring most areas. First time visitors to the country should check out this
Driving in United States page before deciding to get behind the wheel of a car. There are numerous car rental agengies based at the Grand Junction Regional Airport - http://www.gjairport.com/transportation - as well as in other parts of the city of Grand Junction.