Getting around Singapore has never been easier. The streets may be crowded, but plenty of excellent transportation options await those who are looking for the simplest, most convenient way of moving from place to place. Public transportation takes care of these needs for many, and the city's fleets of taxicabs do a great job of shuttling spur-of-the-moment passengers from one stop to the next. With the Limousine Singapore locals have another excellent way of getting to their destinations.
Lion City Limo, for example, offers top-quality, highly professional limousine services throughout Singapore. Being able to offer such service starts with hiring only the most experienced and qualified chauffeurs, as these professional drivers inevitably set the overall tone for the Limousine Service Singapore customers receive.
Once a staff of highly capable drivers has been arranged for, assembling a fleet of worthy cars is the next task. In many cases, this means buying or leasing a number of Mercedes-Benz sedans, as these vehicles have proven over time to make for just the sort of Limousine Singapore customers will find perfect for their needs.
Comfortable and incredibly reliable, Mercedes-Benz vehicles also boast of excellent crash and safety protection, so limousine companies in Singapore can assure their clients of the safest rides available. That turns out to be an important distinction, too, because customers are increasingly aware of and singapore limousine service sensitive to the safety records of limousine companies they consider, making this an important issue for ambitious limo service owners to take care of.
With all of the pieces in place, all that is left is to coordinate them effectively. Dispatching can easily distinguish one limousine company from an apparently closely matched competitor, as the skill and efficiency with which limousines are allocated will make a big difference in the end experiences of customers. Given that, the best limo services in Singapore invariably put a lot of effort into ensuring that their own scheduling and dispatching systems are as efficient and bullet-proof as possible, often testing them against make-believe data sets in order to eke the most performance out of them, too.
Given the level of competition, then, as well as the great care that limo services in Singapore take to keep their offerings at the head of the pack, taking a limousine turns out to be an excellent option for many. Combining convenience and reliability with a surprising degree of affordability, these services are clearly here to stay.
A quick background - I love Mercedes cars. As a kid my dad had one for a few years (incidentally, he hated it) and I always liked riding it. When we went to the dealership I would be drawn in by the pro-Mercedes anti-BMW propaganda.
When I bought my first car with my own money, it was a 1985 Mercedes 380SE. It was ten years old at the time, was the first car I'd even test driven, but I really loved the car. Even though it was so old it had good features and was fun to drive. Two months later, it broke.
Several years later I bought my second Mercedes, a 1994 E320 Coupe. I've always been a huge fan of the Mercedes Coupes. For one they have really cool four place seating, so instead of three squished seats in the back you have two full ones with a console in the middle. Their lines are beautiful, and they're fairly rare. I actually still have that car, although my brother, Devon, drives it right now.
Sue and I took a tour of the Tesla Model S factory in Fremont, CA today. This is the old NUMMI plant. If you haven't heard the NUMMI story between GM & Toyota, and you're a car buff, there's a This American Life episode about it that's just mind blowing. The net of it is that GM tried to learn Just In Time assembly practices from Toyota, they built a factory together for Toyota to transfer this know-how to GM, and GM completely blew it. The factory shut down and was sitting idle after that fiasco.
When Elon Musk was looking for a place to build his new Model S sedan, he approached Toyota with a $50MM bid for it, which Toyota accepted. Why would Toyota sell a car production plant arguably worth $1 billion or more for $50MM? For the answer to that, you really have to understand the relationship between Musk and Toyota, which is well portrayed in this 2010 WIRED magazine article.
As a reservation holder for the Model S, I'm proud to support one of the most amazing entrepreneurs of our generation. What makes Elon even more amazing is that he's not only revolutionizing the automobile industry, but the space industry as well, with SpaceX... at the same time. Elon, my hat is off to you.
Below are a number of pictures and vidoes of the factory and the event, which was very well done.