Since 2004, Snowbus’s fleet of 56 comfortable passenger coaches has shepherded skiers and snowboarders back and forth between Vancouver and Whistler Blackcomb. The route schedule allows mountaineers to hitch a ride out of Vancouver, schuss and slalom to their heart’s content at the world-renowned resort, and hop back aboard a bus for a movie and snack to accompanied their trip home. The service gives downhillers a way to circumvent the hassles of dealing with traffic and parking, and enables them to partake in après-ski revelry without fear of drinking and driving or drinking and cartwheeling back to Vancouver.
Ken Messerschmidt's family has been keeping car windows smooth and clear since the 1920s, when his grandfather opened one of Victoria's first auto glass companies. Having expanded to such advanced procedures as sunroof installation, the company continues to repair windshield nicks with lifetime-guaranteed efficacy. Upholstery services keep the insides of cars equally pristine, patching over threadbare spots or erasing the effects of nailing the baby's carseat down in back.
The British Columbia Automobile Association (BCAA) is a not-for-profit member services organization with more than 792, 310 members in British Columbia and the Yukon.
BCAA is affiliated with the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) and the American Automobile Association (AAA).
Each Wash-N-Shine location is a modern and friendly bathhouse for weather-beaten vehicles. The Super Shine package provides a smattering of premium services for four-wheeled friends, including tire cleaning, bug removal, and trunk massaging. The advanced Quicksilver Touch-Free washing system gently bastes panels with a three-color foam bath before augmenting surfaces with Lustra Shield, a glossing agent and brake-dust repellant that ensures a shinier scuttle through town. Car care concludes with a powerful drying session that dispels droplets for radiant, streak-free gleam. Neighbors and co-workers will whistle at your roadcraft's shiny new exterior while mechanics and sewer dwellers gape at its immaculate undercarriage.
Cars arrive dusty and road-weary to The Clean Machine in North Bellmore. Automobile experts descend on the gritty vehicles, using a brushless spray to whisk away unsightly bug splatter and other debris so cars can leave gleaming.
Fred Beck opened Broco Auto Glass's work bays in Surrey in 1978 and, with help from his brother Merle, installed up to 18 windshields per day. Their hard work would pay off—setting the blueprint for the 20 locations Broco has today—helping the sibling team branch off into residential and commercial glass services in addition to automotive glass services. Broco's government-certified auto-glass technicians specialize in foreign and domestic cars, trucks, and boats, and they undergo training every three months to stay abreast of the latest techniques for installing their selection of OEM or equally certified parts. Away from the shop, they equip homes and businesses with interior and exterior glass panes for an array of jobs, such as custom-crafting a glass door or installing a skylight that makes it possible to cast disparaging looks at the sun without leaving your home.