Limos are traditionally used by the very wealthy, the very famous, or the very tired tall people who need to lie down. Spread out legs in style with today’s Groupon to Triple Diamond Limo. Choose from the following options:
- For $40, you get a one-way limo ride to or from Newark Airport, valid for locations within a 30-mile radius (an $80 value).
- For $47, you get a one-way limo ride to or from Newark Airport, valid for locations within a 31–40 mile radius (a $95 value).
- For $69, you get a roundtrip limo ride to and from Newark Airport, valid for locations within a 30-mile radius (a $160 value).
- For $82, you get a roundtrip limo ride to and from Newark Airport, valid for locations within a 31–40 mile radius (a $190 value).
Triple Diamond Limo’s prompt and courteous chauffeurs safely transport precious cargo to Newark Airport in comfort and style. Dapper drivers greet clients and their luggage before waltzing wheeled bags towards the trunk, delicately lifting them into the car, and plugging in a small nightlight to ensure that sensitive baggage feels completely secure during the journey. Guests get cozy in the backseat of a luxury sedan or Lincoln Towncar, where they can revel in the vehicle’s complimentary WiFi capability, superior lower-lumbar support, and windows that roll up and down without passengers having to turn difficult cranks or flaunt telekinetic powers.
Triple Diamond Limo
Triple Diamond Limo relies on an integrated team to deliver smooth, stylish transportation, starting with drivers hand-picked for their experience and knowledge of the New York and New Jersey metro areas. In-house mechanics and detailers maintain the fleet of luxury vehicles, which counts WiFi-enabled sedans among limos and Hummers. The team schleps these vehicles to important regional hubs such as Newark International Airport, JFK Airport, and Philadelphia International Airport. To facilitate trips to the airport, a dispatch team monitors up-to-date gate and arrival information, alerting drivers to flight delays or airport Cinnabon-franchise closures.