San Francisco Hybrid Rentals
Many San Franciscans live without cars. Parking and traffic hassles combined with steep gas prices and the costs of owning a car can make it an unattractive and unnecessary expense. However, despite plenty of alternatives to get around such as cabs and mass transit, sometimes having your own wheels is the best option. For those who wish to get around but want to have a low carbon footprint, the best option of all is a hybrid vehicle. Most folks don’t know that in addition to our Bay Area limousines, party buses, SUV limos and other types of luxury ground transportation, we also offer San Francisco hybrid car rentals!
We offer two types of stylish, comfortable and very economical hybrid rentals at the moment and plan to offer more options in the future. For now, your San Francisco hybrid rental options include the following:
Our Prius rentals are sedans that seat three adults or two adults and two children very comfortably. Our Camry hybrid rentals are sedans that offer ample room for four adults. Both types of hybrids use very little fuel during city driving and are perfect for a variety of different uses including these:
- Running errands around town
- Picking up friends and family from the airport
- Transporting large purchases from the store
- Showing off the beautiful Bay Area for sightseeing tours for friends and family
- Visiting friends who live outside the city
- Day trips for shopping, wine tours, sporting events and other excursions
- Anytime you need your own transportation
With a name like Nationwide Limousine Service, you might not expect us to offer economical Bay Area hybrid rentals in our fleet of luxury vehicles, but we do! So, the next time you’re thinking about renting a car to get around and you’re looking for San Francisco Prius rentals or Camry hybrid rentals, just give us a call at NLS Limo at 800-339-8936!
The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) recently delayed enforcing its Clean Vehicle Policy program for limo services until 2016. SFO adopted the policy in 2000 to encourage all vehicles picking up and dropping off passengers to use alternative fuels by January 1, 2012. Limousines, cabs and all other service vehicles had until then to use electricity, propane or compressed natural gas (CNG). SFO is able to monitor Bay Area limo companies working on airport grounds because we have to register for an airport permit and pay an airport access fee each time we pick up passengers at the airport.