Whether toting elderly folks to the grocery store down the street or delivering a 15-person party to an airport on the other side of the state, Diplomat Airport Transportation, Inc. covers all conveyance needs with its fleet of taxis, limousines, and shuttles. Courteous on-call taxi drivers scoop up passengers 24 hours a day, while designated drivers transport bar-goers safely around town. Shuttles and mini buses also run all day and night by reservation, and can carry up to 15 people or 1 individual and 14 mannequins to any airport in Florida. For a glitzier ride, customers can reserve a luxurious limo—lined with fiber-optic lights, mirrored ceilings, and a stocked bar—or an executive sedan. Diplomat can also set up personal accounts for transporting elderly or handicapped patrons.
What the Bay Area Party Bus lacks in subtlety, it makes up for in fun. Fun is inescapable in their 16-passenger party bus, which is equipped with a teardrop disco ceiling, and full custom lighting, a touchscreen iPod player, decked-out speakers, and a full bar area. A licensed chauffeur guides guests to their destinations.
As a kid, it was easy to say things like, "One day, I'm going to drive a racecar." For many, those thoughts came before the reality of having a mortgage, bills, and a budget set in, a realization that ended those most lavish of childhood dreams. As its name suggests, One Day Luxury strives to make those dreams come true—even if it's only for single day. The company rents out rides by the hour and by the day. Its garage gleams with exotic cars, including a Lamborghini and Audi A8, and classic muscle cars, including a 1978 Corvette. For a little less power and a little more zip, travelers can also hop on jet skis and Ducati motorcycles.
The accommodating drivers of Airport Transportation Tampa are more than chauffeurs—they're practically mobile concierges. Behind the wheel of a modern limo, sedan, taxi, or bus, the trained drivers shuttle passengers to and from not only the airport but also the Tampa area's hottest destinations, including Busch Gardens, the Tampa Theatre, Lowry Park Zoo, and Tropicana Field to watch the Rays play baseball or take turns sledding down the pitcher's mound.