Two Important Facts About Auto Transport Services


When you buy a car from a seller who's some distance away, you may find it easier to have the car shipped to you instead of trying to fly to the seller and put excess miles on the car getting it to your house. If you're still trying to decide how best to handle getting your new purchase to your home, here are a few things you should know about the auto shipping process.

3 March 2017

Heritage Tourism: Attracting Visitors To Your Small Town With A Stagecoach


Heritage tourism takes tourists on a trip back in time, whether it's through historical reenactments or exhibits honoring the past. If your small town has a proud history dating back to the Wild West or the American pioneer era, you may want to consider using this history to attract tourism and bring more money to your community. Purchasing an authentic reproduction stagecoach can be a great part of your new heritage tourism program.

16 February 2017

Tips for Riding in a Taxi with Your Infant


Whether you're visiting New York, Chicago, or any of the other major metropolitan cities across America, chances are you will jump in a taxi cab at least once to reach your next tourist destination. According to Parents, most states in America, with the exception of California and a few others, do not require you place your infant in a car seat while riding in a taxi. However, just because it isn't breaking the law doesn't mean you shouldn't place your infant's safety above everything else.

24 October 2016

Taxi Cab Etiquette: 5 Things A Passenger Should Never Do


Do you behave appropriately inside of a taxi? After hailing a cab, some passengers purposely do things to annoy the driver. However, not every rider is intentionally rude, and many have no idea that their actions aren't making the taxi cab driver's shift any easier. Read on to learn whether you're guilty of doing any of these five rude things after you buckle up. Unsolicited Driving Advice "Turn right! This way is faster!

6 October 2014