Big D’s Limos escorts customers to their destinations in style and safety inside a fleet of classic and modern vehicles. Customers can opt for rides ranging from a snazzy, classic Excalibur wedding limousine with a vintage grill and white running boards to a contemporary 30-passenger limo coach with flat-screen TVs, a dance floor, and an instinctive ability to understand how computers work. Behind the steering wheel of each automobile is an experienced chauffeur capable of transporting customers to and from airports, weddings, nights on the town, or area vineyards.
The Grand Mac Daddy may look like any other chartered bus as it cruises down the highway, but behind its dark, tinted windows is a full-blown party. Thirty-six passengers can climb aboard this road-tripping bar, outfitted with a club-style sound system, a theater lined with four flat-screen TVs, and plenty of tables to sit and enjoy drinks. The lively party mobile also houses an onboard microwave where revelers can heat up meals or s'mores since campfires are not allowed. For smaller-scale celebrations, MAC Transportation and Tours, LLC deploys a fleet of 20-passenger limo buses and 5-passenger corporate SUVs, which are also outfitted with flat-screen TVs and advanced sound systems.
The company’s courteous chauffeurs also escort clients through wine tours, and shuttle passengers to and from the airport and Buffalo Bills games. Some of MAC Transportation’s vehicles have also transported celebrities, such as Richard Simmons and Jersey Shore’s “The Situation.”
From behind the wheel of one of their fleet of stretched-out luxury cars, Absolute Prestige Limousine’s drivers deliver passengers to special occasions in plush-leather elegance decked out with televisions and thumping sound systems. Each vehicle features shimmering bar glassware ready for exuberant toasts on the way to wine tours of the Finger Lakes or decisive dances at senior proms. Wedding-day packages help enamored couples tie the knot with amenities including champagne toasts, Just Married signs, red carpet treatments, and horns that honk Pachelbel’s Canon.