Located about a block away from Lucas Oil Stadium, the Pan Am Plaza Parking Garage grants shelter to vehicle-owning fans while taking in the Colts game at the stadium or a neighboring establishment. Fans can park in the garage any time of day on Sunday, November 6, when the Colts rear up to square off against the Atlanta Falcons at 1 p.m. in either a football match or a debate over which is the better symbol of the American frontier. Head to the nearby garage after the game to attempt to beat the traffic, or stay downtown for the day to celebrate a victory on the field. There is no time limit on parking, but drivers must remove their parked vehicles or portable living rooms from the premise at some point on November 6.
Easy Airport Parking offers safe haven to cars whose owners are bound for Indianapolis International Airport. Drivers silence engines in a valet lane and exchange keys or ignition-lodged screwdrivers for a claim check, relinquishing vehicles to employees who steer them into a standard or oversize spot. They then hop aboard a shuttle bus that drops off at terminals within 5 or 10 minutes. Since the buses run 24 hours a day, jet setters can call for a pickup as soon as they return, no matter the hour. The parking lot is also open all day and night, with security fences, cameras, and guards watching over roadsters and keeping patrons' personal chauffeurs from escaping. For an additional fee, cars can freshen up with a wash.
Indianapolis Sports Car Rental sweetens the thrill of driving a sports car by eliminating the commitment involved with buying one. The company puts drivers temporarily behind the wheel of automobiles such as the Chevrolet Camaro SS, a 400-horsepower beauty that accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.7 seconds. The company's 24-hour rentals provide transportation for weddings or special events, and longer rentals facilitate weekend trips or journeys across the state.
Whether it be the sophistication exuded by traditional, sleek, black limo or the idiosyncrasy advertised by the original Indy chicken limo, Circle City Transportation's vehicles make statements about the passengers riding inside them. The latter—ideal for a ride on the town that's guaranteed to turn heads—slides down the street with a fierce-looking fowl perched on the roof, glowering with electrified eyes from under a wide-brimmed cowboy hat. Tail plumage peeks out of the back half of the vehicle to threaten potential tailgaters with the laying of an enormous egg. Drivers ensure guests make an indelible statement when arriving at prom, a concert, or an elegant dinner reservation. Circle City Transportation also offers traditional limo rentals, chartering sleek land submarines for a girls' night out, bachelorette party, or excursion to an elegant ball benefitting tofu-awareness.
You could say there are a few big differences between Circle City Transportation's limos and the scores of other luxe automobiles on Indianapolis's roads. For one, most of those other vehicles aren't driven by professional drivers. But they also don't have a giant sculpture of a chicken's head?complete with top hat and tail feathers?appearing to poke out of their roofs. Circle City Transportation's chicken limo turns heads all around town, but it's not the only way Circle City's services grab attention. The team also runs a fleet of regular luxury limos that can accommodate different size parties for varying occasions, whether for weddings, proms, or wine tours. And for anyone with larger group transportation needs or who happens to be allergic to giant eggs, party buses are also available.
Park Ride & Fly USA's car caretakers protect vacationing cars within 24-hour, well-lit parking lots near airports in more than 30 states. After dropping off their automobiles, customers can transport themselves and their luggage to the airport aboard one of the company’s complimentary shuttles or human-size hamster balls. While away, patrons rest easy knowing that their steel steeds are safe within fenced lots that are monitored by 24-hour surveillance. At many locations, shuttles also swing by the terminal to pick up returning travelers and reunite them with their respective vehicles, which are first freed of cloud-based artillery, including snow or recently rained molasses.