Committed to the environment as much as they are to customer satisfaction, the auto bathers at Flagship Carwash coddle dusty vehicles with eco-friendly chemicals and the green LEED-certified water system found at their Herndon location. From eight locations across the Washington, DC, area, they vacuum rugs and wipe down dashboards before cars bask in a high-pressure tunnel wash. Technicians also break out the elbow grease for hands-on detailing services, scraping off splattered bugs and tar, buffing exteriors to remove scratches, or spiffing up interiors to obscure werewolf gashes in leather seats. To restore smooth surfaces, they touch up paint on car bodies and remove small dents by popping the metal back into place.
Vamoose Bus's professional drivers punctually transport passengers between the greater Washington, DC area and New York City aboard well-appointed coach buses. Four bus stops await passengers from convenient locations near metro and subway stations and skydiving landing zones. Each leg of the trip takes 4–5.5 hours in a fully licensed and insured motorcoach equipped with power outlets, complimentary WiFi, and bathrooms. Vamoose Bus allows each passenger to bring along up to two pieces of stowaway luggage and one carry-on item.
The pit crew at Autodentz expertly mends bruised cars with meticulous same-day services that belie the shop's deep roots in racecar restorations, dating all the way back to 1963. Falling just short of two hours, a mini detail begins with a careful hand wash, after which technicians don chamois to make cars drier than a jazz-club martini. Next, the team vanquishes bugs and tar, cleans and dresses tires, and evicts soot from ashtrays until they sparkle. Once dashboards and floor mats have been swept free of dust, the detailers wipe window glass and mirrors and dab wax on the frame with their dexterous digits for a dazzling, protective gloss.
With millions of logged miles beneath its collective wheels, Tripper Bus transports up to 55 passengers between DC and NYC in modern, luxurious coaches equipped with baggage assistance and convenient stops. Equipped with clean restrooms, each bus also connects travelers with outlets for charging phones and computers, and free WiFi for sending friend requests to each fellow passenger. Convenient parking in Bethesda and Arlington keeps car owners from fretting over their boarded automobiles. In addition to reducing total traffic on the roadways, bus travel is regarded as the safest mode of transportation over cars, trucks, and catapults.
Tailored-style dress shirts may be commonplace in clothing stores, but there's still no substitute for a shirt that has been customized by an actual tailor. See Made II Fit for proof. At each of its 12 showrooms, which are located around the country, tailors measure key dimensions such as sleeve length, neck width, and heart size to create customized shirts for fashion-forward men. In addition to nailing the fit, the store offers other options like monogramming and fabric contrasting.
Transgap Executive Limousine's fleet of sleek black sedans have been ferrying customers to and from DC's airports for more than a decade. The punctual, polite drivers know the city better than its founders, Romulus and Remus, preventing delays when heading to the airport or unnecessary detours on the way back home. And the town cars' plush leather interiors make passengers feel like the kings and queens they are, at least until they get to the airport security checkpoint.