Prestige and elegance would be the initial ideas when thinking of travel by limousine. Being drive around in a limousine indicates a degree of prestige connected with millionaires and actors. With the usage of a service, you create an atmosphere of elegance.
Over the last couple of years or so, we have commented several times on the mass publicity surrounding driverless cars.
To recap, we have said that we are very interested in this developing technology and that it is something we find very exciting as a future prospect. However, we have also previously voiced concerns about unduly “gung-ho” forecasts relating to how soon such vehicles are likely to be available for large-scale real-life road use.
We blogged on this some time ago but a recent customer question has suggested it might be worthwhile re-visiting the subject.
We have a total and unconditional commitment to service quality.
We’re not interested in offering excuses or “sharing our problems” with our clients. It just doesn’t happen and instead we simply deliver.
Thanks to our vast experience in getting clients to and from the airport on time, we’ve accumulated a number of great tips that you may find useful.
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.
Most of our blogs talk, we hope, about pretty useful and meaningful things but we also like to have fun at Bayside Limousines.
We’re sometimes asked just what it takes to become one of our chauffeurs.
Well, it depends of course. No two people are the same and we all have our individual strengths and weaknesses. None of us are perfect!
A customer recently asked for our thoughts on restoring a classing early 1970s MG.
Now you may be wondering just what this has to do with something such as Sydney luxury car hire. Well, nothing really! As you might have guessed though, we have a deep interest in motor vehicles here at Bayside Limousines and some of us have dabbled in this area.
Once upon a time, well within living memory, most cars were relatively simple devices.
That included the engine.