Luxury limos are often associated with the corporate world or weddings. A slight variation on that is the perception that they tend to be used by superstars of one sort or another.
Once upon a time, well within living memory, most cars were relatively simple devices.
That included the engine.
We’re sometimes asked if we will provide a small coach to collect arrivals on a ‘shared’ transport basis.
So, an important overseas visitor is heading in to see you. A lot of future business success may depend upon his or her visit and you’ll want everything to go well.
Two of the biggest themes in motor vehicles at the moment, at least as covered in the media, are a) electric vehicles and b) driverless ones.
We understand that our business clients take little more seriously than punctuality when they’re travelling to a meeting or similar.
It’s amazing how often the subject of ‘concept cars’ arises in casual conversation with our clients. Many are hugely impressed by some of those seen in the media but puzzled as to why they’re never seen again.
In this day and age, it seems inconceivable that any professional limousine driver could possibly ‘get lost’ but the key word here is ‘professional’.
We’ve blogged before on alternative fuel sources for cars and confirmed that we’re keeping a close eye on developments in areas such as fuel cells, electrically powered vehicles and even solar options.
If you travel regularly by air, then you will have been phenomenally lucky if you’ve never experienced a flight delay.
It doesn’t matter what the reason, such things can be infuriating but they’re also a part of life, even if you’re using private aviation services.