Manasquan Water Taxi is a 40-foot riverboat. The wide, low-riding vessel has an open-air deck shaded by a canopy, and colored light from neon signs casts a glow on the water’s ripples. The water taxi cruises at up to 25 miles per hour, ferrying riders between bars and restaurants, to islands, beneath fireworks, and over any wimpier boats in its way. A sound system turns the boat into a floating boom box, and riders can drink at the full bar onboard and nibble hot dogs and subs.
Focusing on promptness, Camelot Car Service sends its fleet of well-kept vehicles to locations all over New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Camelot's drivers specialize in airport travel, dispatching Lincoln Town Cars to drop off and retrieve passengers from JFK, La Guardia, and Newark International.
AllCar Rent a Car helps travelers brave the streets of the Big Apple with a fleet of compacts, sedans, and SUVs. From the zippy Ford Focus and comfy Toyota Camry to the Ford Escape and a huge moving van, the company's vehicle selection accommodates needs of all types. The company’s eleven locations around the city and boroughs are excellent starting points for cruising to different spots in the city, from Times Square to the Statue of Liberty's favorite manicurist in Brooklyn. To make the process easier, AllCar picks up and drops off customers as needed.
Eastern Car Service’s fleet of Lincoln Town Cars and eco-friendly hybrid vehicles shuttles clients throughout the five boroughs and New Jersey, as well as to airports up and down the Northeast. Using Eastern Car Service’s real-time online reservation system, passengers can hail a ride and zip to local attractions, special events, or sports stadiums in a timely fashion. Infant and toddler seats facilitate easy travel with little ones, and a pet-friendly policy allows passengers to bring cats, dogs, and man’s best friend Steve along for the ride.
Carpingo's car-sharing system takes the ownership out of “car ownership,” leaving drivers with to explore the wide-open road without the usual hassles. After locating a vehicle near their home or office, members reserve it for the length of time they need, from as little as one hour for a grocery run to an entire day for a grocery run to Virginia. Once it’s time to roll, a simple swipe of their membership card grants them access to the driver's seat and free reign of their temporary automobile. When finished, they return the vehicle to its reserved Carpingo spot, where it reminisces about its auto-factory days and waits for another member in need of transportation. While members enjoy the driving benefits of car ownership, Carpingo staff members handle the maintenance side, taking cars for any needed oil changes and garage visits.