Since 1995, Touch of Class Limousine and Transport has served the Montgomery area with elegant transportation steered by courteous and professional chauffeurs. Accommodating up to eight passengers, the Stretch Dodge Magnum boasts temperature controls, mood lighting, three flat-screen color TVs with a DVD player, a stereo, and a CD player, as well as a privacy window and intercom to the driver ($195.50 for two hours). Two styles of Super Stretch Lincolns come with one or two entrances, the latter of which better allows for parking-lot conga lines ($195.50 for two hours). Bigger spenders can book a weekend outing in the H2 Hummer ($483 for three hours). With bars in all vehicles stocked with ice, napkins, soft drinks, and glasses, patrons will be ready to entertain with favorite beverages or toast on-board I Spy champions.
Up to 250 vehicles can fit into the lot at Alabama Airport Parking while they await their owners’ return to Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. The outfit, converted from a three-decade-old rental-car operation in 2004, safely tends to customers’ vehicles while they’re on holiday or scouring planes for SkyMall back issues to complete their collections. In addition to keeping cars safe and sound, the attendants perform extra services for additional fees, such as car washes and detailing so that cars are fresh for customers’ returns. The company also runs a parking-points program that awards frequent customers with points that can add up to free car washes or parking.
The tour guides at H&L Enterprises of WNY LLC love showing people around town. But instead of introducing them to sights from a bus, boat, or Segway, they give tour-goers a spectacular bird's-eye view of western New York, the Southern Tier, northwestern Pennsylvania, and eastern Ohio through the windows of a four-seat Robinson R44 helicopter.
In addition to soaring over sparkling lakes and rolling meadows to wow visitors and help them capture stunning aerial-photography shots, helicopter flights also serve the more pragmatic purpose of patrolling pipelines or surveying the land. This allows farmers to count their livestock and entrepreneurs to scope out land they plan to purchase.
Sedans, shiny black SUVs, bouncing party buses—the sleek fleet of CSI Ground transports all passengers in style. Whether clients are trekking to the airport, business meetings, or bachelorette parties, chauffeurs pull up in the best vehicle for the job, relieving them of the stress caused by navigating traffic, searching for parking, and trying to drive and do the electric slide at the same time.
At Victory AutoCare & Tire Center, A NAPA AutoCare Facility, a family-owned business open since 2004, automotive professionals patiently assist clients in service center. ASE-certified technicians steer cars onto one of 17 service bays for oil changes, tire care, and more. While their cars are being serviced, motorists can hop on shuttles that will take them within 10 miles of Victory AutoCare & Tire Center.
The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum showcases vintage bikes from 20 countries, which fill the massive showroom at the Barber Motorsports Park, with technicians constantly working to keep each of the museum's 1,300 bikes authentically maintained and road-ready. Additionally, technicians ensure the overall gallery represents the evolution of the motorcycle through the 20th and 21st centuries.
Who They Are
George Barber first explored his love of racing in the 1960s, behind the wheel of a Porsche. By 1988, he had begun collecting and restoring classic and vintage sports cars, and his acquisitions soon spilled into motorcycles. His fleet eventually became the Barber Collection and the defacto garage for his own vintage-motorcycle racing team. Today, Barber's Collection has become a full non-profit motorsports museum that has shared its pieces at exhibitions at the Guggenheim in Spain, the Field Museum in Chicago, and the Goodwood Festival of Speed in England.