Owned and operated by a Class 1 professional driver, Just Drive Driving School provides one-on-one lessons customized to suit all driving needs. Conveniently open seven days a week, Just Drive gets patrons on their way to the freedom of the open road with a series of one-hour lessons in a dual-equipped vehicle, which allows instructors to take control of the car when students need extra guidance. Manual-transmission classes are also available for those who think an H pattern is something you iron on to a shirt. In addition to lessons, Just Drive also provides vehicle rentals for road tests.
• For $40, you get one month of unlimited parking at the Fraser Arms Hotel outdoor lot at 1450 Southwest Marine Drive in Vancouver (an $81.31 value, including HST). • For $40, you get one month of unlimited parking at the Jake's Crossing Pub & Liquor Store outdoor lot at 2400 Clarke Street in Port Moody (an $81.31 value, including HST). • For $50, you get one month of unlimited parking at the Sandman Davie lot at 1160 Davie Street in Vancouver (a $101.64 value, including HST). • For $85, you get one month of unlimited parking at the Northland Properties outdoor lot at 180 West Georgia Street in Vancouver (a $176.18 value, including HST). • For $94, you get one month of unlimited parking at the Sandman Georgia indoor lot at 180 West Georgia Street in Vancouver (a $189.73 value, including HST).
Harbour Air boosts wingless beings with first-class flights on carbon-neutral aircrafts, boutique stratosphere accessories, and picturesque seaplane tours. Eco-friendly seaplanes furnished with first-class amenities such as leather interiors and hands-free cloud parallel parking launch daily and link Lower Mainland and the Islands through panoramic flights that last 20 to 50 minutes ($156.53–$563.38 round trip). The airline's auspicious boutique furnishes cloud gazers with flight-centric merchandise for gifts and seagull bribes. A small Beaver model plane ($41.99) carves its niche among collectibles with locally handcrafted western maple wood, and a Dax Wilkinson T-shirt ($34.99) celebrates Canadian aviation.
Too long of a drive. No car. A bunch of water is in the way. There are many situations in which regional flights are the most practical way to travel. To that end, Orca Airways' fleet of 18 small aircraft regularly travel between five airports along the Pacific Rim that serve Vancouver, Victoria, Parksville, Abbotsford, Tofino, Ucluelet, and Qualicum Beach. With large, cushy seats, their Piper Navajo Chieftains and Beechcraft King Airs zoom travellers through the air in relaxing comfort, like when Louis XIV was catapulted from Marseille to Paris in his throne. The flights are ideal for trips to business meetings or weekend vacations. Additionally, Orca charters its aircraft for travel throughout Canada and the United States.
Outfitting the Lower Mainland with a stately selection of chauffeured vehicles, Posh Limo Services bedecks wheel seekers in automotive luxury. Cruise the main strip or ominous abandoned trail in a deluxe SUV limo or stretch SUV excursion, both of which comfily accommodate parties of up to 13 with no luggage ($125–$175 per hour), or step inside a four-passenger sedan ($75–$125 per hour) for a night of dinner, dancing, and romantic rounds of shot put. Stocked with refreshing beverages, such as bottled water and cold soda, and reading material, Posh's roadcrafts are commanded by multilingual chauffeurs, who use their keen direction savvy and modern navigation technology to classily coast to your destination.