Executive Limousines elegantly transports polished prom-goers and chic carpool cliques in a luxurious fleet of stretch Lincoln Town Cars. The eight-passenger conveyances are outfitted with a bevy of entertainment-based accessories, including flat-screen televisions, DVD and CD players, and a beverage bar illuminated by fiber optics, the optimal lighting scheme for sparkling water bottles and bejeweled juice boxes. Chauffeured transportation offers a safe mode of travel for weekend pub crawls, bachelorette parties, and glamorous entrance-rides to state science fairs. Whether you're looking to impress an unsuspecting blind date or just want to cruise through town with your head out the sunroof, Executive Limousines has an elongated vehicle for your needs. Call ahead to arrange your pick-up.
The Walker family has worked in the transportation business since 1963, when it opened a six-car rental operation in San Antonio. In 2006, the family sold the rental company—which had since grown into an international enterprise—to focus exclusively on its Texas-based limousine and shuttle services. Abbey Walker Executive Cars & Limousines's current fleet includes classic and stretch Lincoln Town Cars in black, white, and phosphorescent glitter-green. Groups can also cover ground in vans or buses equipped with luggage racks and wheelchair lifts. Uniformed drivers chauffeur groups on pre-planned tours of Texas wine country, complete with restaurant reservations and hypoallergenic wine-stomping stilts.
Founded by three friends who had been car enthusiasts since they were old enough to walk, RedLine Exotic Motorsports puts you in the driver's seats of some of the most impressive and rare rides on the planet. Rick Gutierrez, Art Bartosik, and David Bartosik continually replenish their company's fleet of Audis, BMWs, Ferraris, and other shiny new toys. Conveniently, you can rent RedLine's cars by the hour, by the day, by the week, or even by the month. Plus, the company offers complimentary delivery and pickup, meaning you don't have to coax their cars into the backseat of your own car just to get them around.
Valet Couture Airport Valet Park takes the hassle out of parking at San Antonio International Airport. Valets accompany clients to their departure terminals and then park their vehicles in a lot located next to the Airport Cell Phone Lot, which is much easier than trying to bring a vehicle on the plane as oversized luggage. When clients return, valets are waiting at the appropriate baggage claim with their cars.
The accommodating staff at Island Surf Shop and Kayaks rents out a large selection of beach buggies, skillfully coupling wayward beachcombers with a coast-exploring vehicle. Hop into your sand-flecked buggie to discover the dune-hugged beaches of Port Aransas, a town on the northern tip of Mustang Island, replete with brightly hued beach houses, trilling seabirds, and coin-operated sandcastle-building machines. Each one-hour rental outfits sandfaring customers in a shaded, four-seater golf cart fitted with oversized beach-ready tires. Rentals are subject to weather conditions, so plan your adventure on a day with a low chance of raindrops or gumdrops hailstorms.
Interstate All Battery Center leads the charge in power outposts, providing lifelong Texans and reserve-power road trippers with brand-new batteries for their trucks, cell phones, computers, and more. With a vast storehouse of more than 16,000 products, Interstate carries batteries for nearly every brand of laptop and PC, as well as a bevy of automotive batteries to restore sedans, coupes, and station wagons after a long night of headlight staring contests. Household powerables are also available, including 24-packs of Energizer AAs for bulk buyers, an Energizer 9V alkaline battery for metronomes possessed by surprisingly funky eighth notes, and one case of Lite Brite fuel, distilled from corn syrup and Olympic silver medals. Old used batteries find comfy retirement at Interstate’s recycling center, allowing their former owners and well-meaning grandchildren to rest easy.