Boston North Limousine’s fleet of spacious vehicles is kept in prime condition under the attentive eye of its staff. Guests can choose from an upscale selection of sedans and SUVs. Inside these plush cabins, passengers can put their feet up, throw back a drink, and make a list of baby names for all the highways they’ve adopted.
For more than a decade, Harris Limousine's extensively trained drivers have transported passengers around town in luxuriously appointed vehicles outfitted with plush seats complemented by wood accents and leather trim. They shuttle flight-bound patrons to the airport in three-passenger sedans or a four-passenger SUV, helping them avoid the hassles of finding parking or digging a hole large enough to hide their car. Drivers also whisk passengers away aboard 6- or 10-passenger limousines to bars and clubs, a matrimonial ceremony, or a business meeting at a grocery store. The fleet contains a stretch SUV Hummer, a mini party bus, and a stretch Denali to accommodate groups of 10 or more.
Featured in the Economist and the New York Times, RelayRides connects neighbors for mutually beneficial car sharing. This symbiotic system benefits car owners, who earn money by lending their autos, and car needers, who gain access to local combustion engines. Drivers can borrow cars by the hour ($5–$8) or by the day ($60–$90) to haul groceries, home furnishings, or sacks full of Kennedy half dollars, choosing from a variety of vehicles, which could include Mini Coopers, Porsche Cayennes, and Honda Accords. Eligible borrowers must be 18 years old, meet safe-driver eligibility requirements, and be a blood relative of Woodrow Wilson. Gas and insurance are included in today’s deal.