A single Lincoln town car often draws attention, partly for its sleek, black exterior and partly for the smartly dressed driver often sitting behind the wheel. Classics Town Cars Limousine Service’s home garage must magnetize eyes, then, because it contains an entire fleet of the vehicles. The service sends out drivers day or night, seven days a week, to ferry clients to and from important business all over the metropolitan area. Most frequently, drivers take their charges to the airport, but they also regularly visit the Texas Medical Center or take couples out for a night on the town, serving as designated drivers and late-night lullaby singers.
From Atlanta to LA, Park 'N Fly keeps cars safe inside their secured quarters just a quick shuttle ride away from the nearest airport. To make taking a trip more convenient for travelers, they offer 24-hour shuttles that arrive every five minutes, valet parking, and luggage assistance, beyond giving their vehicles a safe place to stay. Their lots are gated, well lit, and monitored.
At Airpark IAH, cars slide into a covered or uncovered space in the fully secured garage, located a mere half-mile from George Bush Intercontinental Airport. Meanwhile, their owners hop aboard a chauffeured shuttle or VIP town car en route to the terminal. Helpful attendants at the onsite concierge service take down flight reservations and changes, or make reservations at restaurants and golf courses. While customers are away, office personnel keep a close eye on rides. The garage’s Corporate Perks Club eases travel for globetrotters with benefits such as a 15% discount on VIP town-car transfers and discounted parking rates.
PreFlight Parking safely stows cherished chariots and ferries their owners to and from nearby Houston Intercontinental Airport in a direct coach. Upon arrival, lot attendants direct vehicles to their appointed spot and, within five minutes, summon a shuttle bus to whisk travelers off to their terminal. Until drivers return, security fixes a watchful eye on family vans and much-loved motorcycles and repeatedly reassures them that their owners' newfound reliance on air travel is just a phase.
Until cruise ships start bringing along a second, smaller cruise ship for everyone's cars, travelers need to stow their vehicles somewhere. 81st Dolphin Parking's secure lot sits a mere city block away from the cruise ship terminal in Galveston, protected by fencing and night security guards. A complimentary shuttle service whisks visitors and their luggage off the terminal and picks them up at the end of their trips.