AAA Corporate Transportation

Read positive and negative truthful reviews about AAA Corporate Transportation from tripadvisor, yelp, facebook, manta, angieslist and weddingwire.

Do you want to leave a review for AAA Corporate Transportation? You have to be a registered user in order to do so. If you are already registered on our website, you can Login in the upper right-hand corner. Also, keep in mind, that you can only leave review for the specific vehicle or specific limousine service provider, that you contracted with. This is done in order to keep the integrity of our platform.

No reviews to display.

People who liked AAA Corporate Transportation also viewed:

CADILLAC ESCALADE LIMO

Capacity: 18 passengers

Cities:
San Jose, CA; San Francisco, CA

Hourly: $140.00

No Hidden Fees, Service Charge Included

STRETCH LIMOUSINES

From special nights out on the town to weddings and anniversaries, a stretch limousine is a great way to enjoy a special event without having to worry about driving. Seats: 6, 8, 10 passenger

Cities:
San Francisco, CA

10 Passenger Sprinter Executive Limo Bus

Featuring amenities that include a flat screen TV, forward-facing passenger-style leather seating, luggage area, illuminated mini-bar, and so much more…

Cities:
San Francisco, CA; Brentwood, CA 94513

CHRYSLER 300 STRETCHED LIMOUSINES

A LITTLE HISTORY The first automobile limousine, built in 1902, was designed so the driver sat outside under a covered compartment. The word limousineis derived from the name of the French region Limousin, because this covered compartment physically resembled the raised hood of the cloak worn by the shepherds there. An alternate etymology has the chauffeur wearing a Limousin-style cloak in the open driver’s compartment, for protection from the weather. The first “stretch limousine” was created in Fort Smith, Arkansas, around 1928 by a coach company named Armbruster. These cars were primarily used to transport famous “big band” leaders, such as Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman, and their bands and equipment. These early stretch limousines were often called “big band buses”. In 1916, the Society of Automobile Engineers defined a limousine as: “a closed car seating three to five inside, with driver’s seat outside.” A berline was defined as “a limousine having the driver’s seat entirely inclosed”, while a brougham was defined as “a limousine with no roof over the driver’s seat.” In German-speaking countries, a Limousine is simply a sedan, while a lengthened-wheelbase car is called Stretch-Limousine. SERVICE OFFERED IN THIS VEHICLE Dedicated chauffeur service Winery & City Tours Nightlife service 8 & 10 passengers Black & White Exterior Black Leather Interior Limo Style Seating (J-seating) Amazing Sound System Large LCD Screen Emergency Exit Windows

Cities:
San Francisco, CA; Napa, CA; Palo Alto, CA; San Jose, CA; Oakland, CA; Concord, CA

Too tired to look at vehicles? Try one of our tours instead: