Eugene Hybrid Taxi Cabs takes sustainability seriously. One of its vehicles has gone without any major repairs for more than 450,000 miles—on par with circling the Earth 18 times. The company's fleet is composed solely of Toyota Prius hybrids, which produce an estimated 60% fewer emissions than standard cabs. Combining a commitment to the environment with convenience, the staff dispatches taxis 24 hours of the day, whether you require a skilled chauffeur for an early-morning jaunt to the Eugene Airport or a late-night trip to the neighborhood tire fire.
Epark Eugene's garages, lots, and street spots can comfortably house more than 3,000 automobiles as drivers spend time working or playing downtown. After receiving a parking permit by mail or picking it up at Epark's office, customers may drop off their vehicle or feral merry-go-round mount and enjoy easy access to downtown attractions including restaurants, coffee shops, art galleries, doughnut shops, and book stores. Outfitted with 24/7 security services, the parking structures and lots look after passengerless cars as carefully as a child guarding his Micro Machines from acid rain.
Plumes of steam puff from the locomotive as it travels along the Pacific coast. A mountainside blanketed in evergreens towers above the vessel as waves pound against the boulder-strewn shore below. The nonprofit Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad serves as both a living history museum and excursion operator for the state's forested coastline. Antique locomotives that hearken back to the region's logging origins take guests on waterside excursions as a crew feeds the engines recycled motor oil and coal-flavored candies. Seasonal events bring about the railroad?s dinner trains, which treat guests to four-course meals as they gaze at the sparkling water of Tillamook and Nehalem Bays.
The flagship of Imperial Limousines’ fleet is not a party bus or a stretch SUV—it’s a pair of vintage Bentleys. One is a black-and-silver 1957 Bentley S1, and the other is a tudor-gray-and-silver 1961 Bentley S2. Both vehicles have gray leather upholstery that is accented by handcrafted wood, and both look good carrying a bride and groom. The chauffeurs also have Lincoln Town Cars and stretch limos at their disposal for airport transfers, wine tours, and last-minute lifts after your car drives off to join the circus.
As the captain steering Its All About You Luxury Transportation Services, Cedric Nash ensures that all passengers inside his Cadillac SRX arrive at their destination safely and securely. Clients can call upon Cedric to drive them to and from Portland International Airport, Mt. St. Helens, or the Rose Garden but must bring along a friend if they want to play the license plate game along the way. Cedric also offers his chauffeur services on an hourly basis, a setup ideal for celebrations such as weddings, birthdays, and proms.
At G6 Airpark, patrons of all ages bound safely between the open-jump arena and sports-based courts that comprise the 12,000 square-foot indoor trampoline park. Interconnected trampolines bordered by neon-green pads stretch from wall to wall, encouraging guests to defy gravity's demands as they spring into the air. On the dodge-ball court, jumpers fly while skirting air-filled orbs flung from opposing teams, and on the basketball court they vault over the rim, slam dunking. Guests practice more elaborate aerial flips and full-speed hugging exercises into the foam-filled trick zone, whereas the children-only area provides a safe haven for little ones. In between leaps and bounds, bouncers halt for a pizza or shaved ice from the caf?, which can also supply party fare for energy-burning, activity-filled birthday parties.