Mayfair is one of the most expensive and exclusive post codes in London, one of the most expensive and exclusive cities in the world. As a result, the demand for luxury goods is never higher than in Mayfair, which also means that the standards there must be the highest for those who hope to provide such goods and services. Mayfair based Opulently Driven is a premier limousine service. Their chauffeur driven cars include the finest models of the most prestigious marques, including Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Mercedes, Maybach, and Range Rover. They have just launched a new website to promote their services to a broader clientele.
The key is to do your homework. Below are seven tips to select the best limo service for your needs.
Moving house is well known to be one of the most stressful experiences in life. The belongings people keep in their homes represent a lifetime of accumulated memories, treasures and essentials, none of which can afford to be lost or broken in the process. Despite that, they are packed, squeezed and wedged in to a van which makes valuables vulnerable to the vagaries of the open road. K1 Removals do things differently, and use the latest tools and approaches together with a highly skilled team to provide best-in-class moving and removal services. They have just launched a new website to promote these services online.
According to recent figures put forward by The Guardian, a growing trend in the property market due for 2015 is to become a private tenant – and thus, the rise of renting property. Up on one percentage point from last year - now at 19% -households those who live in rented property are on the increase.
Sales of used cars have been growing steadily for five years. According to the BCA Used Car Market Report, this growth is a result of several improving financial factors. Low inflation, growing employment rates and rising house prices all played a role in improving consumer confidence and helping them to find the cash to invest in a used car.
Inward investment into the UK car-manufacturing sector is at an all time high, but the number of suppliers available to provide the parts for car manufacturers is at an all time low. Over the past 20 years, virtually every large 'tier one' supplier stopped manufacturing in the UK and moved abroad. This means that the majority of the parts that go into the new cars manufactured in the UK have to come from abroad. The supply chain for UK car manufacturers is far more complex and therefore more vulnerable than it was two decades ago, which is the last time the car industry was strong in the UK.
This unusual advert was though up and produced by the mcgarry bowen agency in London. The video shows a new Honda CR-V driving through a changing landscape on a loop road. It looks great, but at first does not appear to be very different from a standard car advert.
During March 2015, the number of new cars registered rose by 6% across the UK as a whole. The registration plate update always provides a boost for the car industry, but this year demand has been at the highest level for fifteen years. It follows on the heels of nearly six years of falling sales due to the recession.
This huge change in the personal finance rules is probably the biggest in modern times. The change means that those aged over 55 will be able to release their defined contribution from their pension fund.
Autorola, who is the UK's biggest remarketing portal, released the figures at the start of April. Their research showed that during Q1 of 2015, the average price of a used car went up from £8,484 to £8,624.This £140 increase is an important one for an industry that has been struggling to make a profit for several years. For the past five years the amount of profit made on each sale has been falling, so any increase in the average price paid is important.
In March, HUM announced that they would be investing £200m in their Swindon plant. This investment in the South Marsden plant, which is located on Highworth Road, is expected to create 3,000 jobs.
Jeremiah Webb, National Sales Manager for Holiday RV South, has announced the recent addition of the Forest River Surveyor to their lineup of new travel trailers. "The decision to add the Surveyor was in no small part driven by our incredible success with the Forest River R Pod. We are easily the largest R Pod dealer in Colorado, but we found that a lot of people who check out the R Pod decide they want something a little more spacious. The Surveyor is a natural fit for those buyers. It's similar to the R-Pod in many ways, but it provides the added space these buyers are looking for for just a few dollars more."
When people need to travel in style, a limousine service is the only way to do it. Few people can afford to have a chauffeur driven vehicle on standby at all times for their exclusive use, so limousine companies provide services for all manner of occasions, from corporate hire to wedding parties to celebrities attending concerts or sports personalities attending big games. Baja Limo is Northern California's biggest luxury transportation specialist, and has just signed a contract to provide all transportation for the Sacramento Rivercats.
America's Driver Job List announces new truck driving jobs are listed daily on the website, and carriers are able to post these truck driver jobs for free. Individuals needing local driving jobs or those who wish for an OTR driving job appreciate being able to browse numerous listings in one location. Carriers appreciate being able to reach thousands of drivers interested in available job openings, and drivers and carriers find it is easy to connect with the help of this site.
Actor Barry Ratcliffe brings his unique style of energy and personality to the Maxon car ads in many ways, but the ad for March infuses cliches with the comedy of costumes.
Since its inception in the month of July in 1979, the Maryland charter transportation company Chesapeake has been providing school bus and motorcoach transportation services under the spear head of Founder and President, John J. Lonergan, Jr. The company will soon be celebrating the completion of 36 years of successfully providing their customers safe, reliable service at competitive rates.
A new Hyundai concept called the Enduro has been unveiled, hinting at the firm's intentions to enter the compact crossover market.
An advanced headlight system which can make adjustments based on where the driver is looking has been unveiled by Vauxhall.
Honda revealed a hatchback concept said to be a preview the next-generation Civic at last week's New York International Auto Show, and took the opportunity to announce 200 million pounds of investment in its UK manufacturing facilities.
Improvements to the EcoSport mini SUV should boost its popularity, says Scottish used car dealer.
Motorists of a certain vintage will remember the introduction of the Princess. Making its debut in 1975, the Princess caused something of a sensation with its modern shape. It quickly became known as the 'Wedge' due to its space-age profile - high at the haunches and then moving towards a low and elegant nose. The Princess was brought in to replace the ageing 1800, a car whose looks could perhaps be described as 'challenging'. The 1800 also became known as the Land Crab because of its rather quaint way of moving along the road in a sideways fashion due to some classic British Leyland engineering.
Between January 2013 and March 2015, 325,475 new BMWs were registered in the UK. In 2014, BMW was thefifth largest car seller in the UK and was the top seller of luxury cars.
Subaru's Outback crossover model has always offered a winning combination of comfort, load space and long-distance touring capabilities. In the latest model for 2015 it gets a host of enhancements, including some innovative safety technology.
According to recent figures released by the Drive and Survive Division of the Institute of Advanced Motorists, 86% of fleets (business cars, hire cars, company cars etc.) have experienced an accident in the last 12 months.
According to the Office for National Statistics, house prices have increased by 7.2% in the year to February 2015 at a UK- wide level. Although this is down from 8.4% in the year to January, considering the seasonally adjusted basis, this means that between January and February 2015, house prices increased by 0.6%. This increase offers potential positivity to those looking to sell property.