Armed with a vast arsenal of impressive amenities, Airlines Parking provides secure temporary housing for automotives in need of a snooze. Turn your ride over to one of the friendly, experienced carsitters, and relax as they steer it toward its three-day resting place. More than 5,000 spaces await vehicles of all stripes, and a blindingly speedy staff teams up with mostly friendly computers to quickly and efficiently organize blocks of intentional traffic. Round-the-clock security and a complex-spanning fence keep cars safe from vengeance-driven deer, and free battery-booster service and tire air cure automobiles suffering from a deflated sense of self. After dropping off your car, enjoy a quick trip to the airport in one of Airlines Parking's motor coach shuttles.
The security guards at Qwik Park are babysitters, of a sort—only their kids are about 5,000 automobiles. The vehicles sit inside a fenced, well-lit lot just off Interstate 94, giving their owners peace of mind as they fly out of Detroit Metropolitan Airport towards their timeshares in the clouds. Uniformed drivers shuttle these jet-setters to and from the lot, dropping people off right at the terminal 24 hours a day. Gate access lets drivers in at all hours, while complementary batteries and air pumps ensure drivers can get back on the road once they return from vacation.
Even the most elegant of princesses have a hard time hailing an enchanted pumpkin on busy streets. Drivers from Entertainment Express Limousines draw upon more than 20 years of experience while scooping them up in a fleet of limos and party buses. The vehicles include a ’57 Chevy limousine, whose chrome accents gleam alongside vintage, swept-back fins in the deep red of a fire truck finding a Kick Me sign on its back. The professional chauffeurs take patrons to weddings in style in Lincoln Town Car limousines, and stretch H1 and H2 Hummers purr out of the company’s garage and into traffic with a baritone rumble.
With more than 90 years of experience, Ed Schmidt keeps the area's automobiles pristine from bow to stern. The detailing package exfoliates each vehicle's exterior with a grime-blasting wash and dragon-fire dry. Vacuums embark on a search-and-destroy mission through interior carpets and dashboard panels to obliterate dust and dirt. Equipped with streak-slaying cloths, technicians wipe windows inside and out so you can stare directly as the sun without any dust refraction. Finally, wheels are cleaned and dressed in formal attire, enabling entry to high-school proms, weddings, and velvet-roped doctor’s offices.
Taylor Auto’s medical mechanics nurse weary vehicles back to health with a battery of internal and external treatments. Taylor’s oil change zaps out thick, gunky crude and replaces it with quarts of pure black gold, smoothing the way for taxed engine parts and inspiring new plot points for The Beverly Hillbillies fan-fiction. Technicians exorcise dirt demons from a car’s nooks and crannies during the shop’s mini-detail session, blessing vehicles with a lustrous shine inside and out. Inspired by Vegas dealers, Taylor’s tire rotation shuffles the vulcanized deck, keeping spinners fresh prior to high-rolling departures. Each motor-coach makeover lasts about one–two hours, getting roadsters back on the open highway ahead of rush hour or clown-car drag races.
Great Lakes Wellness Clinics' physicians supervise weight-loss plans to ensure that clients get a plan individually tailored to their body's needs. The physicians recommend a variety of treatments to help clients slim down, including laser-lipo sessions to shrink fat cells, or using the HCG hormone. They also may recommend that clients eat paleo bread, which is free of gluten and grains, or Miracle noodles, which are free of soy, gluten, and wheat.