Arrow Transportation's chauffeurs take passengers to airports, business meetings, or any other destination in New York City. Their fleet includes more than 150 luxury sedans such as the Mercedes Benz S550, SUVs, and limos. They also provide chauffeured services outside of NYC.
ZP Auto Repair keeps wheels on the road and minds off the wheels with comprehensive care packages for any type of vehicle. A quick 30-minute oil change keeps cars hydrated and lubricated with a replacement of the oil and oil filter for standard vehicles (an extra fee applies for luxury and nonstandard vehicles, which will receive a $42 credit toward any oil change). Knowledgeable technicians also inspect and top off fluids as needed, and rotate and inspect tires to preserve the treads on automotive sneakers.
The ASE-certified technicians at Manhattan East Auto Repair Service Inc perform automotive services and maintenance work with the backing of more than 25 years of industry experience. They offer everything from oil changes to large-scale repairs and glasswork, as well as comprehensive car detailing. Their specialty training in Toyota Hybrids and Honda factory certification help ensure skilled service with most types of vehicles. In addition to mechanical work, technicians also offer DMV proxy services in which they will visit the Department of Motor Vehicles to complete tasks such as car registration and license plate renewal.
The ASE-certified technicians at NYC Tire and Auto Care have made it their mission to keep cars running with reliable service since 1986. They've earned several awards for their effort. In addition to performing routine maintenance, the team investigates misbehaving vehicles with thorough diagnostics and makes repairs to engines, transmissions, and electrical equipment.
In its second year, The New Amsterdam Bicycle Show continues to draw inspiration from one of the globe’s most bike-friendly cities, showcasing thousands of road bikes, dutch bikes, and other styles while promoting safe urban cycling. The bike display sprawls across three stories and more than 33,000 square feet, and bike giveaways throughout the weekend arm patrons for stylish riding or perfecting their slow-motion Lance Armstrong impressions. In Bikelandia, the show's seminar portion, authors and experts present on cyclist issues such as New York’s bike lanes, and a fashion show flaunts the trendiest bike outfits and accessories. As they tour the festivities, patrons can sip complimentary pints at the Grolsch Lager beer garden and nosh on mouth-watering eats. The show also benefits Transportation Alternatives, a group that advocates for stronger biking, walking, and public-transit infrastructure.