A Quick Guide To The Differences Between Taxis & Car Services

Posted on: 29 January 2016

If you need to get somewhere in the big city and you don't have your own vehicle, outside of public transportation, your primary choices are using a car service or a taxi service. Here is a quick contrast between a car service and a taxi service to help you figure out which service suits your needs the best. The Vehicles Are Different Most taxis you will see on the road are older models.
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Renting And Riding On A Party Bus: What You Can And Cannot Bring With You

Posted on: 25 January 2016

In most parts of the country, there are companies that rent "party buses" for your celebratory events. If you have never rented a party bus, you might be wondering what items you can bring onto the bus, and whether or not the rules are anything like those on regular buses. The rules on a party bus are different, but there are still some limitations regarding items you can bring onto these rented modes of transportation.
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5 Mistakes To Avoid When Renting A Limousine For A Winter Wedding

Posted on: 22 January 2016

A winter wedding can be complicated by inclement weather. However, you can make your ceremony beautiful with limo rental even at the coldest time of the year by avoiding the following five wintertime limo rental mistakes: Not looking ahead for the weather forecast in the week before your wedding It's hard to think of everything in the mad rash of planning right before your wedding, but you definitely don't want to forget keeping an eye on the weather report.
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Traveling By Car Ferry: A Guide For Inexperienced Passengers

Posted on: 20 January 2016

If you are planning a trip to a coastal area, specifically an off-the-coast island destination, there is a reasonable chance that taking a car ferry will be one of your only options to gain access to the area. Even though car ferries have been in operation for since the 1960s, with little experience with this mode of travel, you may find yourself with a few questions about the whole idea. With a little knowledge about what to expect when you arrive at a port to load your car on a ferry, you will find that traveling by car ferry really is no big deal and can  be an interesting experience.
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