With more than 1,000 locations scattered throughout 70 countries, Thrifty Car Rental offers customers an expansive selection of rental cars crafted by manufacturers including Hyundai, Toyota, Chrysler, and Dodge. After signing a waiver and being checked for black-market fuzzy dice, licensed drivers with at least 21 years of life-experience can borrow a vehicle such as the economy-size Hyundai Accent ($30–$34/day), mid-size Toyota Corolla ($35–$37/day), or full-size Chrysler Sebring ($40–$42/day). Unlike their smaller counterparts, bigger vehicles—including the Toyota RAV4 ($60/day) and Dodge Grand Caravan ($70/day)—are capable of carrying large amounts of passengers, cargo, and pinatas stuffed with smaller pinatas, and boast an extra mileage fee ($0.20/kilometre) for trips that exceed the kilometre limit.
A taxi can get you home, but not in your own car. The coachmen of Driverseat offer a suite of transportation services that not only take clients wherever they need to go, but do so in their own vehicles. Whether clients need a ride after a few drinks at the bar, chauffeuring services, or transportation for an elderly family member, the team arrives at a meet-up point and safely commandeers client vehicles wherever they need to go. The service even allows clients to book a pickup from home to the airport in their own vehicle, complete with a return pickup and drop-off.
For more than a decade, Blair’s Truck & Car Wash’s technicians have carefully eradicated grime from the interiors and exteriors of vehicles of all sizes. Local car dealerships outsource their cleaning tasks to the premium car wash, which spruces up vehicles before they’re re-leased, resold, or reassembled as a piece of modern art.
Tri-City dresses speed demons with specialty clothing for ATV driving, snowmobiling, and motorcycling. Strap on a pair of Fly MX gloves for full-throttle gripping ($14.95 kids, $19.95 adults), or cradle crania without the requisite lullabies by opting for CKX full-face helmets ($49.95 kids, $69.95 adults). CKX snow gloves ($29.95) and boots ($59.95) warm the digits of daredevils, and Shoei motorcycling helmets deflect attacking gravel and insect militia ($99).