Whenever pedestrians get tired of hoofing it, Yellow Cab sidles up curbside to give them a ride. After a quick phone call, Yellow Cab ferries passengers throughout Marin County, and even trundles guests out to San Francisco International, Oakland International, and San Jose International airports. Unlike unpredictable cab companies that might pick up passengers in a Crown Victoria or a rolling suitcase hitched to a Vespa, Yellow Cab?s fleet of dependably quality vehicles includes models as diverse as the Lincoln Towncar, Toyota Prius, and Dodge Caravan.
At the helm of a fleet of limousines and sedans, the professional drivers of ICU Transportation inject a potent dose of transportational class into business meetings, weddings, or trips to the airport. Their upholstered, wood-veneered luxury automobiles stand ready to take guests to the airport or spirit teens and their orangutan butlers to prom. To add some pomp to circumstances, guests can arrange to surprise loved ones with a limo at their door, whisking them away for a romantic evening of stylish cruising.
Joe Limo's fleet of vans, stretch limousines, buses, and Lincoln Town Car sedans whisk passengers to their destinations for a wide range of occasions. Wine country explorers can tap the drivers for safe schlepping from vineyard to vineyard, while city tourists can call on them to take them to the airport, where they can catch a flight or pet their favorite jumbo jet. Wedding parties and out-on-the-town revelers can also call upon the company for safe and expeditious transportation.
Royalty Limousine Service’s stretch limos, sedans, and SUVs chauffeur passengers about town for nearly any occasion. The white stretch limos accommodate both wedding parties and groups interested in exploring the vineyards of Napa, Sonoma, and Livermore. For more functional travel needs, such as airport transfers or winning marathons, the drivers hop behind the steering wheels of their sedans and SUVs.
California is full of scenic wonders, and few people have marveled at them longer than the guides and owners of San Francisco Sightseeing. Founded in 1911, the company provides motorcoach-based tours of the city and surrounding sights, from the Golden Gate Bridge to Muir Woods, wine country, and Yosemite. Guides ferry people over the miles, giving them hours to wander outside the coach and pre-planned stops; Muir Woods excursions include a leisurely walk through the towering red wood forest, while wine country visits span nine hours of stops and tastings at various vineyards.
The company preserves the sights that make the tours specials, as well, through green practices meant to help sustain the environment at large. They retrofitted all of their motorcoaches with diesel particulate filters that greatly reduce emissions. They also fuel up their vehicles with ultra-low-sulfur diesel, a formula that, according to the EPA, could reduce nitrogen oxide emissions by 2.6 million tons a year and make baby animals 10% cuter if adopted nationwide.
There's a reason Laundry Locker was named Best Dry Cleaner by the SF Weekly Readers' Poll every year from 2010 to 2013. Public drop-off locations and secure lockers in more than 900 area apartment and office buildings allow customers to safely stow their clothing and place orders via their Android or iPhone app. Drivers then retrieve the bundles and deliver them to a 10,000-square-foot facility where eco-friendly, high-efficiency technologies infuse dry-cleaning and washing services. Then, as quick as the next day, the attendants return the garments to the drop-off location and notify the customer. And these cleaners don't limit themselves to linens alone: the staff can restore shoes' shine by applying two coats of lotion or dipping them in molten silver.