New Zealand based Jucy Rentals? lauded in Cond? Nast Traveler, the L.A Times, and the New York Times ? proves the adage that great things come in small packages. Exported to the U.S. in 2012, their cheery green minivans hit the road in disguise, appearing as humble, standard passenger vehicles with some storage on top and great paint jobs. Once stopped, however, they transform into a cozy campervan that sleeps up to four. Pop the container atop the van and pull down the ladder to enter the Penthouse, a roomy pod-tent. Inside the main cabin, the passenger seats morph into a comfortable bed, or make way for the screw-in table stored beneath them. A refrigerator, sink, and two gas cookers fill the trunk, a TV and DVD player folds down from the ceiling, and blinds allow for privacy as passengers weep for joy.
challenges guests to adventure off-road atop one of their high-performance all-terrain vehicles. Clients with the proper safety credentials can rent an ATV for the day or weekend, and even get the four-wheeler delivered to a destination of their choice. Helmets are always included with rentals, and other accessories, such as boots, gloves, and miniature cameras, are available for an additional fee.
This pelagic Pegasus surges year-round to one of two ports on Catalina Island, Two Harbors or Avalon. A direct trip to the island village of Two Harbors takes about 75 minutes, whereas the trip to Avalon’s bustling bay takes about 90 minutes, depending on the day's particular route and probability of pirates.
Commanding a fleet that includes Lincoln Town Cars, eight-passenger limos, and whopping 20-passenger Hummers, the chauffeurs of Ilssk Limousine Service scoop up riders for jaunts in an around Los Angeles. Their airport car service helps travelers relax before or after big trips, with comfortable leather seats cushioning passengers while drivers navigate traffic and crack the occasional knock-knock joke. Customizable sightseeing tours reveal LA’s inner secrets to out-of-towners and staycationers alike, zooming past iconic landmarks in vehicles ranging from a Mercedes Benz S-Class to a Cadillac Escalade. Back at the office, friendly dispatchers ring customers with a courtesy call prior to their scheduled pickup, and dole out free rides on the rare occasions that an Ilssk driver is more than 15 minutes late.
Through the panoramic windows of Silver State Trailways' European motorcoaches, passengers watch the highway roll by as veteran drivers chauffeur them between California and Las Vegas. The luxury fleet has made the interstate journey since 1986, along with special trips to Arizona and such California tourist destinations as national parks, Disneyland, and the store where Arnold Schwarzenegger buys his spinach. Seating 31–61 passengers, the air-conditioned buses ease the passing hours with features such as onboard restrooms, reclining seats, and overhead monitors for entertainment. Committed to customer safety, Silver State Trailways keeps in constant touch with its drivers through a state-of-the-art communications system that pinpoints coaches’ whereabouts without having to hire a film-noir P.I. to tail them on horseback.