The prompt and reliable professional chauffeurs at A&B Limo & Sedan Services expertly whisk passengers to their destinations, allowing them to avoid the stress of traffic and parking, and just enjoy the ride. The fleet – composed of town cars, stretch limousines, and party buses – can be commissioned for all manner of events, from prom nights and weddings to bar hops and concerts. The company’s home base is centrally located near LAX, as well as Long Beach, John Wayne, Burbank, and Ontario airports, giving travelers the option of avoiding the cost of long-term airport parking or asking their horse to pick them up at baggage claim.
"We don't judge a successful day on how many miles we rode, but by the smile on your face." With that motto as their driving force, the expert guides at MotoQuest play a role in each step of the tour planning—from manning the phones during initial queries to scouting out routes that's tailored to each group's comfort level. The multilingual team, who are also trained in First Aid and Professional Comedic Stand-Up, amiably lead groups of no more than 10 bikers all around the world, from Alaska to South Africa to Vietnam.
Riders board a fleet including Harley Davidson, Kawasaki, and Yamaha bikes and either follow guides down roads that veer off typical tourist paths, or pick up a road map and carve out their own epic journeys. They may also opt for hourly or weekly rentals of the motorcycles and scooters. Journeys may take riders across scenic landscapes or through bustling towns that acquaint them with the local culture.
When Brian McInerney reflects on the humble beginnings of Wheel Fun Rentals, Inc., he points to his childhood passion for bikes. "As far back as I can remember, I had a real love affair with bicycles," he recalls. During a trip to Italy in 1987, Brian's affinity for cycling blossomed into a full-fledged obsession when he spotted locals' transporter of choice, the surrey. Inspired, he began importing the Italian four-wheelers to a rental business in the U.S. that eventually expanded into Wheel Fun Rentals, now a nationwide web of shops that also loans out bikes, electric cars and mopeds, and man-powered watercraft. Adventuresome athletes can also compete in activities such as surrey scavenger hunts and blindfold obstacle courses navigated via shouted instructions from a seeing teammate or exceptionally long rounds of trial and error.
Believing that the chauffeur industry was ripe for more courtesy and punctuality, Jon Walcher founded I-Drive in September of 2012. Now more than a year into the project, Jon offers a wide range of transportation services, ferrying passengers inside his vans and sleek black sedans. Whether you're catching a ride to the airport, going out on the town, or dispersing free samples of Grey Poupon, you can simply inform the driver of your intended destination, then sit back and enjoy the ride.
challenges guests to adventure off-road atop one of their high-performance all-terrain vehicles. Clients with the proper safety credentials can rent an ATV for the day or weekend, and even get the four-wheeler delivered to a destination of their choice. Helmets are always included with rentals, and other accessories, such as boots, gloves, and miniature cameras, are available for an additional fee.
New Zealand based Jucy Rentals? lauded in Cond? Nast Traveler, the L.A Times, and the New York Times ? proves the adage that great things come in small packages. Exported to the U.S. in 2012, their cheery green minivans hit the road in disguise, appearing as humble, standard passenger vehicles with some storage on top and great paint jobs. Once stopped, however, they transform into a cozy campervan that sleeps up to four. Pop the container atop the van and pull down the ladder to enter the Penthouse, a roomy pod-tent. Inside the main cabin, the passenger seats morph into a comfortable bed, or make way for the screw-in table stored beneath them. A refrigerator, sink, and two gas cookers fill the trunk, a TV and DVD player folds down from the ceiling, and blinds allow for privacy as passengers weep for joy.