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5 Ways to Stay Safe during Winter Travel

Posted on: December 12th, 2017
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Winter can be an exciting and busy season with events like holiday parties, family dinners, and shopping offers; there is just too much distraction. This distraction may prevent us from focusing on our wellbeing and taking care of ourselves as we have done throughout the year. For this reason, our Bronx Car Service has come […]


The Best Events for Kids this Holiday Season in Long Island

Posted on: December 5th, 2017
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It is the holiday season again and there is so much out there for the kids to enjoy, especially if you know exactly where to go. With years of experience cruising up and down the Island, our Limo Service in Long Island has discovered some of the most interesting places and activities that you and […]


The Most Spectacular Christmas Tours and Displays in Long Island 2017

Posted on: November 28th, 2017
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This is the most wonderful season of the year; there are bountiful tree lightings all over, tours, parades, concerts, parties, and other similar holiday events. Our Long Island Limousine Service has come up with some of the most amazing Christmas Lighting Tours and Displays in Long Island that are sure to brighten up your holiday. […]


Long Island Thanksgiving Events 2017

Posted on: November 21st, 2017

Thanksgiving is officially scheduled for the fourth Thursday of every November but like most places in America, Thanksgiving in Long Island is a month-long affair. Long Islanders are already in the holiday spirit and to prove it, our Bronx Car Service has compiled a list of events going down during this Thanksgiving period.  Enjoy the […]


How Executive Chauffeured Services Ensure your Safety

Posted on: November 14th, 2017

Conventional means of transportation have been evolving and hailing some of these services can be done with the simple touch of a button. It seems that most people are choosing these conventional means of transportation over a professionally trained chauffeur, and one of the most compelling reasons is that they are cheaper. However, these conventional […]


Top Restaurants to Visit around LaGuardia

Posted on: November 7th, 2017

LaGuardia is one of three major airports in New York City alongside Newark Liberty International Airport and JFK International Airport. As much as LaGuardia Airport is the smallest of the three, its proximity to Manhattan makes it super convenient for travelers. If you’re looking to grab a bite around LaGuardia on your way to the […]


4 Reasons Why Long Island Residents Should Be Proud of Their Island

Posted on: November 1st, 2017
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Long Island is 118 miles long, which makes it the longest island in the United States. Even though it is right next to the world-renowned New York City, this spectacular Island still holds its own when it comes to attractions. With the elegant Hamptons, exquisite restaurants, powder-fine beaches, and much more, Long Island locals have […]


4 Halloween Activities in Long Island for Kids Who Are ‘Too Old’ for Trick-or-Treating

Posted on: October 24th, 2017

When you were younger Halloween was easy to do; all you had to do was go out with your friends for door-to-door trick or treating; who can turn away kids looking for candy? But as you got older, candy didn’t excite you that much, did it? You may have found yourself wondering what activities to […]


Top 5 Places to Eat in Long Island

Posted on: October 17th, 2017

With the wide variety of fantastic restaurants in Long Island, New York, choosing a dinner spot can be a challenge for tourists and locals alike. Below, we’ve selected five of the best restaurants Long Island has to offer.   Waterzooi – Belgian & Desserts Bringing a selection of flavors from abroad, this French-Belgian restaurant located […]


International Travel Safety Tips

Posted on: October 10th, 2017

Few things are as exciting as traveling overseas. Despite the undeniable excitement, a lot of people find themselves feeling weary of the impending journey, fearing that danger lies ahead, and rightfully so. You are moving into a jurisdiction in which you are not a citizen, and for that reason, extra precautions must be taken; precautions […]