Enjoy A Fun, Safe Prom Experience With These Useful Tips

Prom is an exciting time for high school seniors and even juniors depending on the school. Girls rush out to find that perfect prom dress, and boys seek out flowers and the like to impress their prom date. In many cases, parents feel a mixture of excitement and worry. It's no secret that prom can sometimes lead to rowdy experiences. As a parent, you want to ensure your child enjoys his or her night while staying safe. Read More 

Consider Your Travel Options: How To Choose Between Ownership And On-Demand Charter Services

If you spend a lot of time on business travel, there are some benefits to having access to your own aircraft. Air travel is the most convenient mode of transportation, especially when time is of the essence. However, public transportation through commercial airlines can be problematic, especially when you consider time spent in lines – TSA and ticket counters – as well as tight seating arrangements in most commercial aircraft. That's where use of private aircraft comes into the picture. Read More 

Renting A Hummer Limo For Your Office Outing Shows Your Employees You Appreciate Them

While you may think of the prom or a bachelorette party when you think of renting a Hummer limo, another good occasion to rent one is for an office outing. If several people in your office need to travel to a nearby city for a meeting, then riding together in a vehicle that allows for work to be done at the same time might be a good option. Here's why renting a Hummer limo could be a good choice when compared to other travel options. Read More 

4 Suggestions For Getting The Most Out Of Your Party Bus Experience

If you are planning on renting and enjoying a party bus with some friends, there are a few things that you can do on your end to ensure that everyone has a great experience. #1 Keep It Legal Remember that party buses are still regulated buses. Only individuals who are over twenty-one can drink on the party bus. Do not try to sneak minors alcohol or sneak them onto the bus if they are not allowed. Read More 

3 Helpful Tips For Commercial Drivers Looking To Stay DOT Compliant

As a commercial driver, you're required by law to be DOT (Department of Transportation) compliant. Failure to do so could result in hefty fines, suspension of commercial driving license, and even jail time. Fortunately, these tips will help you stay compliant when on the road.  1. Stay Off Substances  Working as a full-time commercial driver can get lonely, especially if your business requires you to travel across state lines. This loneliness makes it quite easy to use substances, be it alcohol or drugs. Read More