Outfitted with backseat TVs, stereos, and divider windows, Status Limousine's fleet of vehicles elegantly eases transportation for travel or leisure. For two hours, guests can populate the Lincoln stretch limo's 10 passenger seats as they journey to and from a fine restaurant or skip from nightspot to nightspot. The bottle of champagne augments arrivals with chilled sips of a spirited beverage and a cork that riders can break up into crumbs to leave a trail back to the limo.
Lifestyle Luxury Rentals' exotic fleet of Lamborghinis, Bentleys, Maseratis, and Ferraris blow busted jalopies off the road with precision engineering and sleek European designs. Drivers grab the wheel of one of from four upscale cars for their 90-minute joyride, whisking from 0 to 60 mph in 5.1 seconds in the cockpit of the Maserati Gran Turismo or replacing imprecise garage-band drummers with the rumbling beats of the Bentley GT’s 12-cylinder, 6-liter twin turbocharged engine. Customers can cut through quotidian traffic at the helm of a Ferrari F430, or kiss corners within a head-turning Lamborghini Gallardo. After the joy ride, drivers receive a free T-shirt as they beat back adrenaline-fueled hunger and resumes from aspiring pit crews during an Italian lunch buffet at Grazie.
Red Limo cruises through Miami's pulsing asphalt veins, bringing passengers to their destination in the spacious cabins of the fleet's sleek, relaxation-inducing luxury vehicles. Riding from Miami International Airport to South Beach in the BMW ($160) or the Cadillac ($135) allows riders to stretch out, as each vehicle serves an ample helping of leg room and luggage space to up to six passengers or two people and two large boxes filled with books about country singer Gretchen Wilson, and passengers with general cruising desires can stylishly sail in either car, exploring all that Miami has to offer ($110 per hour for the BMW; $85 per hour for the Cadillac).
Fun Rentals leases motorized excitement with four-hour scooter and ScootCoupe rentals, encouraging joy riders to explore beach and street alike in an expedient fuel-efficient cruiser. Like a domesticated velociraptor, the two-seater scooter is small, speedy, easy to park, and lasts all day on one dollar of gas. With a ScootCoupe rental, driver and passenger can sit side-by-side in the stylish three-wheeler as they jet about town at up to 40 miles per hour. The coupes are iPod–ready, allowing tech-toting motorists to roll to the sounds of classic rock or an audio-book biography of Millard Fillmore.
Whether a party consists of 4 or 40, FTL Limo, LLC ensures that the group can stick together as they traipse throughout the Miami area. The company's chauffeurs pilot a fleet that ranges from a Mercedes-Benz S550 sedan to a massive party bus, with wheels such as a stretch Chrysler 300 and a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van in between. The mobile mansions scoot all over town for any number of purposes, including transfers to and from major airports and ports and rousing bar crawls with corporate clients. Regardless of the sizes of the vehicles, passengers enjoy their commutes amid classy interiors decked out with creature comforts. Riders are free to take advantage of the free soda and flat-screen televisions while reclining on comfy leather seats.
The SoBe Shuttle provides an easy way to get around in South Florida with hourly shuttles that run four days a week between Fort Lauderdale and Miami or South Beach. Evening shuttles are available Thursday–Sunday, with return trips leaving South Beach as late as 5 a.m. On Saturday and Sunday, daytime shuttles carry passengers to and from Miami’s famous white-sand beaches. Each WiFi-equipped shuttle is chauffeured by an experienced driver and contains a television set and refrigerator, perfect for storing leftovers or teaching a goldfish about winter.