Your day begins, a la James Bond, in the elegant confines of Classic Car Club Manhattan at 9 a.m. with coffee and a briefing on each car. Once you're fully educated on what makes the Nissan GT-R, F430 Ferrari, Lamborghini Gallardo, Shelby Cobra, and others so darn cool, you'll get to tear up some road matter with each of them, with lunch served along the way. You'll be back at Classic Car Club by 5 p.m., just in time for a cocktail hour, during which you may chat with your fellow drivers about which ride was the sweetest. Or you can just sit and make dazed vroom-vroom noises for the entire hour. Classic Car Club Manhattan is used to that.
Every strand of hair tells the story of its life—whether it's been colored and straightened or spent lots of time floating in the harsh chlorine of a swimming pool. That's why when clients come into Novella Salon, stylists don't just focus on making their hair stylish; they also want to make hair healthier. As an exclusive Kerastase salon, they use the company's quick-fix express rituals and more lavish, pampering deluxe rituals to replenish the health and shine of clients' hair. These treatments can rebalance scalps' pH, add softness to aging hair, volumize thin strands, and smooth unruly curls. Their masks and treatments work to restore hair to a more unprocessed state, leaving 'dos looking as natural as a celebrity when they first got off the bus from Idaho.
It’s an all too familiar, frustrating feeling—circling filled up parking garages in your car, waiting and hoping for someone to pull out before you run out of gas, overheat, or simply give up. ParkNow’s app neatly sidesteps the headache, streamlining the process of finding guaranteed availability by letting users book and pay for spots before leaving the house. Car-owners can also schedule services such as car washes, battery charges, or oil checks. Beyond the convenience, the service also aims to assist the environment by reducing the fuel consumption and traffic congestion accumulated by idling drivers.
Molly, Polly, and Ollie. Those are the names of the trolleys that make up New York Trolley Co.'s fleet, and together, they tote passengers around for everything from weddings and pub crawls to birthdays and corporate parties. Each is equipped with heating and air conditioning, ensuring comfortable trips no matter the season. And, like the bathtubs of English royalty, each features a classy oak interior complete with padded seating. At the trolleys' helm, friendly, qualified drivers navigate the vehicles, and passengers, meanwhile, may personalize rides with their own music and bring their own food and drinks.
Mint hands automobile-less clients the smartcards to unlock fuel-efficient vehicles in hopes of reducing traffic, pollution, and humans' dependency on fossil fuels. After registering online, customers can nab cars at one of Mint's many pickup locations and use their 24-hour rental credit over the span of multiple errand-running sessions, wheeling about town with prepaid gas cards. Once their car-borrowing days are over, drivers adhere to the autos' and parking spots' prenuptial agreements by returning the rentals to the exact spot where they found them. Mint's FAQ page provides answers to a slew of questions to help motorists wrap their brains around the car-rental process.
From its name, one might think Big Taxi Tours whisks visitors around town aboard giant taxi cabs—and they'd be right. The touring company transports customers on double-decker buses painted taxi-cab yellow and embellished with the signature checkered stripe, paying homage to the city's ubiquitous taxis and bright yellow Statue of Liberty. From their seat aboard the bus, guests can discover hotspots in downtown and uptown, and hop off to explore landmarks including the Empire State Building and Times Square.