Archive for January 30, 2014
You have a big move coming up. You scored a great new job in Colorado, but if you have more than one car, or a boat, a motorcycle, or an RV, you’re going to have to quickly figure out how to get those vehicles out of New York and to your new home. Vehicle transport isn’t exactly rocket science, right? Why not just do it yourself?
The disadvantages of DIY vehicle transport.
- Unexpected Costs
- Unfamiliar Hazards
Do you have all the right trailers, hitches, and equipment necessary to secure a boat or motorcycle for a long drive? Do you have the funds to cover thousands of dollars in gas, food, lodging, and miscellaneous expenses over the course of the trip? More importantly, do you really have the time to drive across multiple states, several times?
Driving on unf
Travel for corporate events can be more stressful than the event itself. Besides trying to navigate a busy city that you know little about, you have to worry about deadlines, and of course, the reason that you’re there in the first place — business. However, imagine if your company used a town car service that incorporated the latest technologies? This is what your trip might look like.
You wouldn’t have to panic.
After taking enough business trips, you are probably more than familiar with the nagging worry that some part of your travel wasn’t properly booked. Depending on the service that you use, you can avoid those last-minute feelings of panic because you will know that the ride was booked well in advance. Thanks to an online system, you can easily take care of the booking for yoursel
If you are looking for a way to store your car, consider looking into secure car storage. There are many companies that offer car storage units for you to lease or rent year round, or for seasonal purposes.
Storage units allow people to house their summer cars and motorcycles during winter months, as the weather can damage or tarnish them. They also help to clear extra space on a person’s lawn or driveway to make room while these vehicles are not in use. These storage units are open to owners 7 days a week, and often come with security features. They are also typically made of concrete to provide ample strength against harsh winter weather. Concrete walls can also be helpful to keep vehicles from overheating in the hot summers as well.
Storage units have become increasing popular as people hav