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Serving the entire Savannah area, SLS Savannah Limousine shuttles bigwigs, prom-goers, and everyone in between with an elegant fleet of amenity-filled luxury vehicles captained by experienced chauffeurs. Show up to weddings or lawn-care award ceremonies in the elegant comfort of a 2010 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, a formidable van-like coach limousine that seats up to 12 and boasts two 32-inch satellite televisions, a bar, and over six feet of headroom. Customers can also cruise the streets in sleek anonymity in the Chrysler 300 limousine, a chrome-wheeled juggernaut that houses three DVD monitors and dual AC, with seating for up to 12 people or one refined giraffe.
Vehicles of every kind scoot into CarSpa for one of four wash and detailing services performed by a skillful, five-person staff with more than half a century of combined experience. Whether they’re just dropping by for a basic hand wash or sticking around for a full bumper-to-bumper overhaul, all visiting cars are treated to a full interior vacuuming—including the trunk—and a thorough cleaning of their windows and tires. While autos enjoy their spa day, owners can kick back and have a drink at nearby Crystal Beer Parlor or wander the historic district to collect autographs from Savannah’s most famous ghosts.
Royal Bike Taxi maintains a fleet of bright-yellow pedicabs that can be commissioned to transport patrons on everyday errands or herald in a special event. Licensed, iron-calved drivers pick up patrons from any metro-Savannah location and respond to summonses by curbside hail, phone, or singing telegram from an Elvis impersonator. They can convey pairs to any nearby location, from a wedding to a reception, or past historic downtown sites during photo safaris that include basic photography instruction. Throughout a trip, the three-wheeled cabs' safety belts and retractable black tops keep customers protected.