Outfitting autos in Oklahoma for 40 years, Bob Moore Auto Group has since expanded its services to Lone Star–state motorists seeking reliable care for their rides. Auto sprucing treatments commence by quenching thirsty tanks with a standard oil change followed by a burst of tire-boosting nitrogen, which results in more uniform wear and better gas mileage than tires filled with heavy regret. Once greased and plump, cars get a multipoint probe to inspect batteries, belts, and breaks, and they get wiper blade and defroster checks. Heaters and hoses get equal scrutiny, and tapped antifreeze and other fluids are replenished. Once complete, the ASC-certified technicians send drivers on their way with an emergency-kit list that will come in handy in case of roadside breakdowns or the occasional wrong turn into a rancor pit.
DFW Drive Your Dream grants rubber-burners the opportunity to pilot the industry’s most celebrated sports cars on predetermined routes. Drivers can strap in to experience the massive 400-horsepower motor of the Ferrari 360 Spider, which vibrates with barely tamed power as it climbs to speeds nearing 180 mph. The Gallardo streaks around hairpin turns with all-wheel-drive tires propelled by a 5-liter V10 engine. Ferrari's 483-horsepower F430 has the potential to reach speeds of up to 200 mph, and the Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster is equipped with an automatic paddleshift gearbox and produces 379 horsepower, or roughly 95 stagecoaches, from a 4.3-liter V8 engine. Top up or top down, the Vantage Roadster maintains its sleek Aston Martin design, earning its place among the iconic cars of today.
If it rolls, there's a good chance the technicians at DFW Camper Corral can improve upon it. Their stock of camper shells and tonneau covers from A.R.E., SnugLid, and BakFlip fit diverse models with flat makes or styles with aerodynamic curves, ideal for when trucks need to visit their second cousins, airplanes. After protecting upholstery with Llumar window tints or outfitting rides with car and truck accessories, the techs can even safeguard their handiwork with alarm systems and other high-tech gadgets.
Taxi's BBQ & Catering’s chefs slow-smoke tender Texas-style brisket, ribs, and chicken on-location to spice up parties and special events. Homestyle sides complement barbecue entrees and range from potato salad to baked beans to Taxi's taters—chive mashed potatoes crowned with cheddar cheese and bacon. Taxi’s hickory-smoked cuisine is also available for carryout and delivery for those incapable of using forks in the presence of others.
Propelled by a 150cc, four-stroke, air-cooled engine, the Buddy 150 International scoots drivers around at speeds surpassing 65 mph with a fuel efficiency of more than 90 mpg. Its automatic transmission ensures drivers enjoy a smooth ride, freeing minds to focus on bocce-ball strategies while juggling simultaneous conference calls. Underseat storage can fit medium-to-large-size cats, and the scooter’s curvy, retro appearance is complemented by each of the three color-combination options: Italia green/cream, Pamplona red/cream, and St. Tropez blue/cream. The scooter's warranty covers two years of unlimited, worry-free, windswept cruising, along with two years of roadside assistance.
Think of Fort Worth Bike Sharing sort of like a library?except instead of lending out books, the program lends out 300 Trek bikes from 35 stations throughout the city. To take one for a spin, bikers just need a membership, which covers unlimited 30-minute rides for durations ranging from one day to one year. Member card in hand, participants can unlock any bike and pedal to various locations, dropping their ride off at the nearest bike share station when they're done.
This program might sound reminiscent of bike share programs in New York, Chicago, and other major cities?because it is. However, certain online features set it apart. Every member can log into a personalized page on the Fort Worth Bike Sharing site to keep tabs on their biking stats, tracked by microchips in the physical bikes. Some of the metrics documented? Distance traveled each ride, calories burned, and carbon emissions prevented, rather than just the number of dogs biked past.