With 15 locations and an inventory of more than 3,000 cars, NextCar gets its customers back on the road with speed and ease. They carry cars, trucks, and SUVs from brands such as Acura, Range Rover, and Chevrolet, with models that range from compacts and two-doors to SUVs, luxury vehicles, and hybrids.
Heritage Honda revamps cruisers with comprehensive auto services performed by vehicular specialists. Under the oil-coated stethoscopes of Honda-certified technicians, horseless carriages are carefully inspected to make sure fluids are high, parts aren't worn out, and engine cylinders haven’t morphed into cubes. An oil-and-filter change pairs well with a front-end alignment ($100) or a tire rotation and new cabin air filter ($100). Replace batteries ($100) or front brake pads worn down from too many trips around Dead Man’s Curves, the draining men-only fitness club ($100). A convenient online scheduling form affords appointments for speedy express service or more intensive maintenance work.
Gunther Charters' fleet of 18 Vanhool and Executive motorcoaches ushers travelers to their vacation destinations in comfort. The Atlantic City excursion takes guests to court Lady Luck and her entourage of Frank Sinatra impersonators inside a 57-seat coach equipped with restrooms and DVD televisions. The day trip departs from the Gunther Charters Hanover location at 7:15 a.m., and arrives at the Showboat Casino at 11:30 a.m., for six hours of Black Jack, Texas Hold 'em, and shows. Passengers cash in their chips and begin the venture home at 5:30 p.m., leaving plenty of time to enjoy a family meal or begin digging an underground vault to secure the day's winnings.
For more than 35 years, the blue-and-white fleet of Baltimore Water Taxi has whisked visitors and residents alike across the city's famed harbor. The taxis' routes include stops at top sights, from the National Aquarium to Fort McHenry, where Francis Scott Key penned the national anthem and several commercial jingles. Besides those acclaimed attractions, the boats sail toward a wide variety of popular shopping spots and restaurants.
For more than 50 years, Edison ParkFast has sheltered drivers from the cutthroat world of street parking while striving to supply hassle-free parking spots and plentiful amenities. A month of parking in one of its three garages allows quick access to the Inner Harbor, whether drivers need a cushy launch pad for the workday or a convenient spot for a night on the town. Customers who call or text ahead will find staff glad to prepare vehicles for departure, an indispensable service for beating rush-hour traffic or making quick getaways after jewel heists. Edison ParkFast's cozy facilities also house bikes, scooters, and motorcycles, and its on-site charging stations restock electric cars and robot backseat drivers with power.
Though they keep an eye on more than one million parking spots around the country, the staff of Central Parking System is trained to do more than just oversee parking facilities; they also execute shuttle services, provide valet and special-event parking, and consult on parking-facility design. They manage parking and vehicular operations in 60 cities around the country in venues ranging from residential and office buildings to airports, hospitals, hotels, and stadiums.
In addition to maintaining streamlined parking environments, Central Parking System also devises creative solutions to modern planning dilemmas, such as whether or not to give discounts to clowns carpooling in a compact sedan. The company donates part of its profits to a range of local and national charities, such as The United Way and The American Diabetes Association.