Jeffrey Plourde decided that he wanted to rent a Porsche 911 Cabriolet for his wedding. He and his fiancée made the arrangements months ahead of time, but days before the nuptials the reservation was inexplicably bumbled. He immediately turned to Affinity, recalling a representative’s promise to help out at the last minute if need be, even though Jeffrey had passed on their services initially. Affinity didn’t have a 911, but they acquired one, and gave Jeffrey the chariot he had envisioned for himself and his new bride. This is the type of dependable service Affinity delivers on a regular basis; they decided early on to be a 24/7 rental company so that they could be available in case of accidents or other emergencies.
Years later, they still provide a balance of practicality and whimsy. A fleet of 150+ vehicles boasts everything from Honda Civics to Bentley Continental GTs. Fully insured rental agreements can be scheduled for single occasions or for corporate accounts that come with convenient weekly or monthly billing. Customers can also purchase gift certificates, enabling recipients to arrange rentals on their birthdays or when trying to get into character for home reproductions of James Bond movies.
ISX Tours' passionate guides illuminate Canada's cultural and geographic diversity, blazing charter bus trails to camera-worthy destinations. During the Niagara Falls day trip, guests hop aboard spacious charter buses from Pacific Western Transportation, whose gentle purr harmonizes with sing-a-longs on the all-day expedition. Buses that depart on August 28 or September 11 release passengers outside of one of Ontario's award-winning wineries, where oenophiles can tour the premises and sample wines while scoping out new bottle-homes for miniature ships. Alternatively, buses that depart on August 27 or September 10 lead passengers to the Canada One Factory Outlets mall teeming with 40 brand-name stores. Next, tour groups infiltrate Niagara-on-the-Lake, admiring quaint shops and historic sites. Buses then cruise alongside the Niagara River, stopping at Whirlpool Gorge for passengers to marvel at its circular currents that stem from schools of indecisive fish. While in Niagara Falls, clients can also opt to embark on a Maid of the Mist boat tour or climb to the top of the Skylon Tower. Alternatively, sightseers can spend their day meandering through Niagara Falls before hopping back on the bus and reuniting with Toronto by 8:30 p.m.
Cameron Air Service takes full advantage of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport's location at the western entryway to Toronto Harbour. The outfit's fleet includes one very special classification of planes that makes the waterway extremely important. Its Cessna 206 and 208 are amphibious float planes, meaning they can take off from the harbour and land at places such as Lake Muskoka or Georgian Bay. The pilots shepherd passengers on all kinds of trips from business excursions to pleasurable escapes, but their true abilities shine through on scenic flights, when they depart the city skyline and chart coarse toward the untamed beauty of the Canadian Shield.
With their white insignia emblazoned on their jackets, the professional parkers of Northern Valet stand vigilant to handle car parking duties at private events and at 17 venues throughout the city, including One Restaurant, Woodbine Racetrack, and The Four Seasons Hotel. When drivers pull up to any one of these haunts and hand over their keys, they can relax in the knowledge that their vehicle will be stowed in a lot with constant security, safe from vandals and stray tow trucks. When it's time to leave, the valets quickly retrieve rides and pull them up to the curb so car-owners can make a graceful exit with a minimal wait time.
Green Choice Moto fuses the thrill of riding sleek motorized bikes and scooters with the consciousness of environmental management through its fleet of eco-friendly light electric vehicles. Streamlined electric scooters await purchase or rental, ready to swiftly dispatch errands or tour the city without leaving behind polluting clouds of exhaust or trails of fusion-produced wormholes. The shop's analog bicycles zip along thoroughfares thanks to old-fashioned human muscle, and their e-bikes add to oomph with battery power backed up by expert service and repairs from skilled technicians.
PractiCar's vehicles allow visitors to roam the greater Toronto area with daily, weekly, and monthly rental plans that don't charge an extra fee for additional drivers. Around-the-clock pickup and drop-off service from Pearson International Airport whisks guests to PractiCar's facilities, where Hyundai Accents, Nissan Sentras, and Ford Tauruses await. PractiCar's average vehicle is four years old, meaning the days of burping up motor oil and honking from the crib at 3 a.m. are long over.