When you're on a tight schedule, the last thing you want to do is spend time trying to find a parking spot. This is especially true when you have a flight to catch, which is why the team members at Park-N-Go Airport Parking make getting to your terminal as easy as possible. They offer both valet and self-service parking in their well-lit lot, with gates open and monitored 24 hours a day so clients know they and their cars are safe at all hours. Once cars are parked, staff helps clients carry their bags to the shuttle, which delivers fliers safely to Dayton International Airport in four minutes. The staff also can complete optional services to keep cars in prime condition while clients are away, such as changing oil, washing exteriors, or fully detailing vehicles. Clients who opt for the valet service even have their car prepared for their arrival, with attendants ensuring their ride is free of morning breath and the perfect temperature for the ride home.
It's not every day that one gets to race down the highway in a Lamborghini Gallardo or a BMW Z4 without facing felony theft charges. Enalux affords this chance to almost any licensed driver through its innovative luxury-car rental system. A free membership gives drivers temporary access to the sports cars and luxury SUVs of their dreams, and optional event packages make wedding days and birthday celebrations even more memorable with eye-catching decorations. Check out the FAQs to find out more about rental policies.
Underwater World Scuba Center offers scuba-diving courses that take students from the shallows of a heated indoor swimming pool at its dive shop to the depths of the ocean in faraway places such as Fiji and the Cayman Islands. Open-water certification classes cover breathing techniques and safety regulations for beginners, whereas advanced certification courses give pupils enough skills to explore the depths as a master diver or marine-life photographer. The center's trainers also provide guidance to customers who are purchasing equipment, service and repair gear, and organize scuba trips to exotic locations.
The well-trained mechanics at Dick Masheter Ford’s Quick Lane Discount Tire and Auto Center have been cosseting cars with expert service for more than 30 years. During an oil change, technicians decant up to five quarts of synthetic-blend Motorcraft oil into thirsty engines to protect moving parts against oxidization and relieve pistons' laryngitis. After mechanics rotate the vehicle’s tires to ensure even wear and tear, a 31-point inspection checks brakes, tests batteries, and sends fan belts down a runway to verify they're still in style. The procedure, which can take an hour or more, helps autos continue to run smoothly, like a jogger dipped in butter.
A. Limousine Associates' fleet of more than 40 four-wheelers offers the luxury of ancient Roman sedan chairs at the speed of contemporary traffic. A stylish stable of vehicles affords voyagers the opportunity to take a three-hour jaunt in a 10-passenger stretch limousine (from $230), a six-hour cruise in a limousine bus (from $550), or an eternity with the one you love (wedding packages are also available). A. Limousine escorts aerial adventurers to the Greater Cincinnati Airport ($48 and up), as well as other nearby flight fields including those in Columbus, Indianapolis, Dayton, Lexington, and Louisville. Daytrippers may languidly lounge upon plush leather seats while traveling to Churchill Downs or relax en route to boisterous bachelor or bachelorette bonanzas.
Though Vordeman Volkswagen's mechanics and technicians know how to care for cars of all kinds, their bread and butter is European and luxury cars. It?s not rare to find service bays occupied by Porsche 912s, BMW convertibles, and classics such as a 1977 Mercedes. Even the parking lot regularly fills up with VW Beetles for meetings of the Old Fort VW Club, and team members have been known to race their own Volkswagens in autocross competitions. Additionally, three team members are master certified by Volkswagen, a rare distinction earned after spending 65 eight-hour days learning the intricacies of maintenance.