Veterans Week

As a sign of support, gratitude and respect for our country’s veterans, Martin, Harding & Mazzotti will be offering free cab rides to all veterans and military personnel traveling to and from any medical-related appointments.

 

Rides provided:
November 12 – 16, 2018
6:00AM – 8:00PM

The appointments include doctor, therapy and hospital visits.
Valid Military Veterans ID is required at time of pick-up.

Free Cab Ride Veteran’s Week Areas: Albany, Schenectady, Troy, Saratoga Springs, Amsterdam, Fulton & Montgomery Counties, Utica, Plattsburgh, NY. Also available in Burlington, VT and Springfield, MA.

Mobile App

Watch the video that takes you step-by-step on how to create your certificate.

Now available on iPhone and Android,

Martin, Harding & Mazzotti launched an easy-to-use smartphone app making it easier to verify your free ride.

Search for ‘MHM Taxi’ in the app store and download. Find the “Free Veterans Holiday Cab Ride” tab, fill out the information and generate an electronic certificate. This certificate will verify your free ride to the cab driver.

Participating Cab Companies

NY Capital Region

      • A&N Transportation
      • Ace’s Taxi
      • Ammediate Transport
      • Baby Malcolm
      • Black & White
      • Buzzy’s Taxi
      • Capital Cab
      • Capital District
      • Capitaland (Albany)
      • Capitaland (Saratoga)
      • Capitaland (Schenectady)
      • Capitaland (Troy)
      • Electric City Taxi
      • Handi-Van
      • Metro Medex Transport
      • Saratoga Taxi
      • Spindle City
      • Yellow Taxi

Utica, NY

      • Ace Taxi

Plattsburgh, NY

      • Avalanche Taxi

Fulton & Montgomery Counties, NY

      • B&B Transit
      • City Cab
      • Community Cab

Burlington, VT

      • Green Cab

Springfield, MA

      • Yellow Cab

Northampton, Holyoke & Amherst, MA

  • Aaron’s Paradise

Free Cab Ride Home Program

The Martin, Harding & Mazzotti, LLP Free Cab Ride Home Program is a service that provides free cab rides home to those who have been drinking, on a “no questions asked” basis on popular drinking holidays including: New Year’s Eve, Super Bowl Sunday, St. Patrick’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day and the Wednesday night before Thanksgiving.