With Pittsburgh Airport Valet Parking customers roll up to the kiosk in the rental-car garage, toss the friendly staff their keys, and go on their way without the worries of parking or the security of their vehicle. While away, the team can pamper the auto with sudsy hand washes and complete interior and exterior detailing. They can even change the oil and top off all fluids, including filling up the gas tank.
The attentive staff at Charlie Brown’s Airport Parking watches after visiting automobiles in a fenced and secure lot located within a half-second flight of Pittsburgh International Airport’s runways. Upon arriving, car owners surrender their metallic steeds to seasoned valets before confirming their online reservations with a courteous host at the front desk. Cars are left to bask in the sunlight of an outdoor space, and an on-demand shuttle with complimentary luggage assistance whisks passengers away to nearby airport terminals. Only 15 minutes elapse between check-in at the lot and arrival at the terminal, allowing guests plenty of time to wait in security lines or double-check if their sunscreen and inflatable palm trees are packed.
Big G Tire Pros' staff of technicians maintains horseless chariots and puts minds at ease with a variety of automotive services. A 30-minute conventional oil change swaps out each vehicle's weary lifeblood for up to six quarts of fresh, engine-lubricating ambrosia, while also changing basic filters. A 15-point inspection tasks the keen eyes of mechanics with checking key automotive systems, yielding insight into the condition of the transmission, hoses, hose clamps, and belts while also examining the air-conditioning, cooling, and charging systems. Coolant and wiper-fluid levels receive a professional scrutinizing, and oil-leak jailbreaks are completely halted. After analyzing the tire wear, preternaturally gifted technicians determine tire-pressure levels via esoteric soothsaying, and conclude the inspection by checking the shocks and lubricating squeaky door hinges.
Technicians at Auto Effects equip cars with Prestige by Audiovox APS 51 remote starters able to activate engines and prep cold morning cars from up to 800 feet away. After deft techs install the auto augmentation, drivers roll away with a remote that can start engines, warm up cars, and shoo away hibernating lifeguards from the cozy comforts of their home or office. The keypad also allows drivers to activate the panic alarm in case of emergency, and grants them keyless entry to their car without having to dig in their pockets, slip a key into the lock, and hum the chorus of ”King of the Road.” Each remote-starter system is backed by a two-year warranty on parts and labor.
Miley BP Car Wash cleans up horseless chariots' soiled exteriors with speedy soft-cloth washing, polishing, waxing, and drying. During the 10-minute ultimate wash, Miley's mechanical arms prep vehicles for a double soft-cloth wash and a foamy polish wax with a dirt-busting pre-soak and machine-to-machine pep talk. Clear-coat protectant is also included to safeguard paint and keep it looking glossy, like a glamour photo trapped in amber.
Lenzner Coach Lines has transported and entertained travelers on trips throughout Pittsburgh and its neighboring communities since 1939. These days, the company accommodates voyaging visitors with a fleet of more than 75 vehicles, including 25-passenger vans and 47- and 55-passenger motor coaches. With commuter service and shuttles between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia's international airports, guests stay on schedule to their destinations, which also include casinos, amusement parks, and other East Coast cities. Lenzner’s fleet of trolleys accommodates passengers on narrated historical tours of the city, trekking past cherished landmarks and sites such as Millionaire’s Row, PPG Place, and Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle.