The results varied widely in the taxi deregulation in some cities.
The study found the taxi deregulation in nine cities in the United States, the taxi companies have grown more, but the large incumbent firms continue to dominate all, but one of the nine cities.  the taxi prices do not fall in real terms, but it rose in all cities studied.  the turnover of small operators (Operators usually egyvezetőfülkű) concentrated among; It was little traffic among medium and large new companies, and no cases of large incumbent business since deregulation.  Productivity fell by at least one-third each of the four cities, where sufficient data were available; the authors argued, a decrease in productivity of this great reality has serious economic consequences for taxi drivers, by, the industry of employee leasing managers and leaders so that the average taxi driver to earn a lower income.  Service innovation does not occur in cities deszabályozott, whereas such innovations (particularly in the shared journey) the taxi operators questioned on demand, and because the operators examined, to cause a net reduction in revenues.  some cities offer discounts deszabályozott; However, these reductions were small (10%-typically by), and also offered some controlled town.  the study found that there was no change in the level of service and low service innovation, despite the increased number of taxicabs. 
In Japan, the taxi deregulation resulted in a modest decrease in the taxi fare (especially among long-distance routes); However, the Japanese taxi fares are still very high (One of the highest in the world).  is, taxi driver incomes fell, and income of the taxi companies also fell sharply.  deregulation of the taxi industry could not grow enough, to compensate for this loss taxi companies.  the burden fell disproportionately because of the deregulation of the taxi drivers, as companies increased the number of taxi drivers hired taxis (make more money renting), which is stiff competition among drivers, declining income.  Transport Prof. Seiji Abe of Kansai University is deregulation, the failure of the Japanese taxi industry (despite, what it considers as success in other Japanese industries). 
In the Netherlands the taxi deregulation 2000 could not achieve political objectives, that strengthen the role of the taxi the entire Dutch transport system.  Instead, the deregulation resulted in an unexpected fare (will not fall) in big cities, and poor driver behavior is a serious problem.  Due to the deregulation of local government lost control of the market names, so they could not fix these problems. 
South Africa, Taxi Taxi deregulation has led to the formation of cartels, which carry out acts of violence against rival cartels Gun experiment, Learn how to desirable routes.  South Africa, Taxis were regulated 1987, It is a fierce competition for new leaders, who then organized a rival cartels in the absence of government regulation, and that the violence and the protection and expansion of Galeri tactics used Areas.  Ezek “taxi Wars ” eredményezett között 120-330 Since the deregulation of deaths per year.  These taxi-fixing cartels dealt with anti-competitive price. 
New Zealand taxi deregulation increased the supply of taxi services and reduced prices initially very large cities, and the effects were small in smaller towns. 
Ireland, Taxi deregulation reduced waiting times as much, that liberalization has become very popular among the public. [dubious-Forum] [editing] The number of companies has increased, and the quality of the cars and drivers will not fall. [dubious-Forum] [editing] Some have claimed, that the regulation should be completely abolished, not only cut off. 
After a review of Minister Alan Kelly took the taxi industry in Ireland Ireland national broadcaster RTÉ aired an investigation of the taxi industry 10 After years of de-regulation.