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Tony and Holly are awesome!
We felt completely comfortable with entrusting them with our teens for their Junior Prom. Tony was great about texting my husband when they arrived to the restaurant (Pecan), the prom venue (Scottish Rite Center, Oakland) and when they were leaving to head home. I definitely would book them again next year for Senior Ball.
Tony and his wife are such amazing people! We hired them to take a group of girls to Junior Prom. Phillip was the driver and he was a blast. Perfect attitude and personality to work with teenagers! The limo was very sleek looking and clean!
Applause Limo helped out 4 very deserving teenage girls have an amazing prom!! Thank you!!
Tony provided the best customer service and was very accommodating. Tony knew exactly where to go based on our time limit.
He made the trip so easy to plan, all we had to do was be ready on time. I used the limo service for a wine tour in Livermore and we had the best limo driver.
I would definitely use the limo service again. Our group was so happy!
Seats: 4 + Chauffeur Copious trunk space +belt straps for excess luggage Lincoln models became the significance of style, comfort and class. SF Limo Express adding the best quality dedicated customer service to this outstanding car created the ultimate combination of luxury car service. the Lincoln Town Car “L” (the extended factory version with 6 inches extra leg room in back)
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A LITTLE HISTORY A coach (also motor coach, often simply referred to as a bus) is a type of vehicle used for conveying passengers on excursions and on longer-distance intercity bus service between cities—or even between countries. Unlike transit busesdesigned for shorter journeys, coaches often have a luggage hold that is separate from the passenger cabin and are normally equipped with facilities required for longer trips, including comfortable seats and sometimes a toilet. The term “coach” was previously used for a horse-drawn carriage designed for the conveyance of more than one passenger, the passengers’ luggage, and mail, that is covered for protection from the elements. The term was applied to railway carriagesin the 19th century, and later to motor coaches. Horse-drawn chariots and carriages (“coaches”) were used by the wealthy and powerful where the roads were of a high enough standard from possibly 3000 BC. In Hungary, during the reign of King Matthias Corvinus in the 15th century, the wheelwrights of Kocs began to build a horse-drawn vehicle with steel-spring suspension. This “cart of Kocs” as the Hungarians called it (Hungarian: kocsi szekér) soon became popular all over Europe. The imperial post service employed the first horse-drawn mail coaches in Europe since Roman times in 1650, and as they started in the town of Kocs, the use of these mail coaches gave rise to the term “coach”. Stagecoaches (drawn by horses) were used for transport between cities from about 1500 in Great Britain until displaced by the arrival of the railways. One of the earliest motorised vehicles was the charabanc, which was used for short journeys and excursions until the early years of the 20th century. The first “motor coaches” were purchased by operators of those horse-drawn vehicles in the early 20th century by operators such as Royal Blue Coach Services, who purchased their first charabanc in 1913 and were running 72 coaches by 1926. SERVICE OFFERED IN THIS VEHICLE Point to point service Airport transfers Dedicated chauffeur service Shuttle service Nightlife service 28, 38 & 40 passengers Large Luggage Capacity Black Leather Interior Executive Style Seating On Board Wi-fi P.A. System Large LCD Screen