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Short Hills Taxi cab and Limo Airport Transportation Services is a premier Short Hills, New Jersey limousine service serving the New York City, New Jersey, Long Island, Connecticut and the entire tri state area. Our luxury sedans, and SUV's provide safe and reliable limo transportation in New York and the surrounding areas. Our airport limousine service provides airport service to John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK), La Guardia Airport (LGA), and Newark (EWR), Teterboro (TEB), and Westchester County (HPN) Airports.
If you need reliable limo and transportation service to and from any events, including corporate executive transportation, conventions, casino trips or other special events, contact us today.We are a premier Woodcliff Lake limousine transportation service with over 10 years of experience. We are committed to providing you with safe and reliable business and personal limo services for travel to and from Short Hills, New Jersey . If you need a luxury s, airport transportation, or a special event professionally trained chauffeurs and impeccably maintained luxury sedans and limos will drive you there safely, on time and in style. We are a professional, courteous and deliver dependable limousine service for Short Hills, NJ and surrounding areas.
We offer complete corporate and personal limo services to satisfy even the most demanding client. We are open 7/24/365 days a year with professional office staff always ready to assist you with all your transportation needs.Our limousine transportation services suits the needs of our diverse clientele – from corporate and small business to private clients. Our pricing is competitive and we offer special rates to high volume clients. Corporate and Personal accounts are simple and quick to open with detailed billing that is straight forward and easy to comprehend.
Short Hills Limousine specializes in servicing the corporate world in the New York tri-state area. From large corporations to small businesses, we understand the unique needs of our corporate clients and provide them with first class limousine service. With years of experience in the limousine transportation industry, we pride ourselves on being professional and delivering reliable and consistent service. We offer discounted rates and special services to corporate accounts with high volume.For corporate or individuals, business or pleasure, our Executive Sedan Service is the best way to get around Woodcliff Lake , to New York area airports, or anywhere your busy day may take you. To make a reservation please call (201) 333-3333.
Short Hills, New Jersey Airport Transfers Transportation ServiceFor business and leisure travelers provides quality airport limousine transportation to and from all major and private airports in the New York area. Our chauffeurs are knowledgeable and familiar with all airport sites. We use state-of-the-art technology to monitor all arrivals and gate information, and communicate any travel changes to our chauffeurs. Whether you are traveling alone or with a group, We will provide you with a vehicle fit for your needs and a service you can rely on and trust.Our limo service covers the following airports:
La Guardia Airport (LGA)
John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK)
Newark International Aiport (EWR)
Westchester County Airport (HPN)
Teterboro Airport (TEB)
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