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Why Use Roadrunner Limousine Airport Car Service?

100% Customer Satisfaction! Roadrunner Limousine is Los Angeles, California’s largest and most trusted airport ground transportation provider. Why are we so popular? It’s because we know how to provide the best customer service. On top of having exemplary driving records, our drivers are also required to pass FBI criminal background checks. We present well-dressed, experienced professionals who will cater to your every need. Prompt pickups and drop-offs are a certainty with us – it is our policy at Roadrunner Limousine transportation for our vehicles to arrive on location 10 minutes prior to every scheduled pickup time.

Great Flat Rates! Our town car flat rate fares to and from Los Angeles and the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) / Long Beach Airport / Bob Hope Airport are most often less than taxis charge for the same service. So, why take a taxi when you can travel to the airport in comfort and style in any one of our luxury vehicles.

A Luxurious Vehicle Fleet. Whether you are a traveling couple, single executive or a large group, Roadrunner has the right vehicle for you. Depending on the number of passengers, Roadrunner Limousine’s fleet offers town cars, limousines, SUV’s, passenger vans and even 30+ passenger coaches. All our vehicles are clean, private and comfortable late model luxury vehicles equipped with GPS Navigation systems. So, why take a cramped taxi from Los Angeles to the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) / Long Beach Airport / Bob Hope Airport when Roadrunner Limousine’s luxury vehicles await you?

Easy Reservation Process. For immediate personal service, call Roadrunner Limousine transportation on the telephone, or if it is more convenient, you can access our online reservation system to book quick reservations. Experience additional service by signing up for an online account that will preserve your personal preferences, allow you to monitor your reservation history and print reservation receipts/confirmations. Quotes can also be requested online followed by prompt e-mail response. Roadrunner limo transportation services will always send you e-mail confirmation and payment receipt for your verification and business expensing.

Member in good standing with the National Limousine Association (NLA). Our commitment to high industry standards and consistent delivery of quality transportation service in California is reflected in our NLA membership.

For more information about our SUV limousine service in Los Angeles, give us a call today at 323.419.0470. Let our friendly staff help you.

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Are you a Traveling Executive?

Roadrunner Limousine provides exceptional service to its executive clients traveling in Los Angeles, California. Our executive guests expect convenient, reliable and comfortable transportation to or from Los Angeles and the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) / Long Beach Airport / Bob Hope Airport. We pride ourselves on working effectively with an executive’s travel coordinators and assistants to provide optimum service, making everyone’s job easier. For them, we offer a state-of-the-art online booking and account monitoring system accompanied by a highly trained staff to create and execute the most sophisticated travel plans that a busy executive or corporate group might require.

For more information about our SUV limousine service in Los Angeles, give us a call today at 323.419.0470. Let our friendly staff help you.

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First Time Coming to Los Angeles, California – Did You Know?

YESTERDAY
The region was originally inhabited by Native Americans.  Then later fell under Mexican rule, which was ended during the Mexican-American War when Americans took control from the Californios after a series of battles, resulting in the Treaty of Cahuenga in 1847.  The Southern Pacific railroad line to Los Angeles that was completed in 1876, and the oil that was discovered in 1892 helped California become the country’s largest oil producer by 1923, accounting for about one-quarter of the world’s petroleum.  By 1900, the city’s water supply was pressured by the population growth to more than 102,000.  Continued growth in the region was assured by the completion of the Los Angeles Aqueduct in 1913.

In 1910, there were already as many as 10 movie companies established, and by 1921, more than 80 percent of the world’s film industry was centered in L.A.   The city was kept somewhat insulated from much of the economic pain suffered by the rest of the country during the Great Depression by the industry success.
The population exceeded one million by 1930, and in 1932, the city hosted the Summer Olympics.  The San Fernando Valley and Hollywood’s efforts to secede from the city were defeated by voters in 2002.

TODAY
Los Angeles is the most populous city in California and the second most populous in the United States, after New York City, with a population of 3,792,621.  With an area of 469 square miles Los Angeles has been recognized as the most diverse of the nation’s largest cities.  Inhabitants are sometimes referred to as Angelenos.

Nicknamed the City of Angels, the city is a world center of business, international trade, culture, entertainment, media, fashion, science, sports, technology, and education.   The city is one of the most substantial economic engines in the country, and the Los Angeles combined statistical area (CSA) had a gross metropolitan product (GMP) of $831 billion in 2008, which makes it the third largest in the world, after the Greater Tokyo and New York metropolitan areas.  As the home base of Hollywood, this city is a world leader in the creation of motion pictures, stage productions, television productions, video games, and recorded music. Los Angeles has been host to the Summer Olympic Games of 1932 and 1984.

PRIME LOCATION
Los Angeles covers an area of 502.7 square miles and is irregularly shaped, with terrain both flat and hilly.  Mount Lukens is the highest point at 5,074 feet, located at the northeastern end of the San Fernando Valley.  The Los Angeles River is largely seasonal and is the primary drainage channel. The L.A. area is rich in native plant species because of its diversity in habitats, with its beaches, wetlands, and mountains. Coastal sage shrub is the most common botanical environment which covers the hillsides in combustible chaparral.  California poppy, matilija poppy, toyon, Coast Live Oak, and Giant Wildrye are common native plants.  Plants like the Los Angeles sunflower have become very rare and are now considered endangered.

Los Angeles is located on the Pacific Ring of Fire, so is subject to earthquakes.  The geologic instability there produced many faults, San Andreas Fault being the main one.  Some areas are even vulnerable to tsunamis; harbor areas suffered damage from waves from the Valdivia earthquake in 1960.

QUALITY OF LIFE
Often called the “Creative Capital of the World”, Los Angeles has one in every six of its residents working in a creative industry.  The USC Stevens Institute for Innovation writes, “there are more artists, writers, filmmakers, actors, dancers and musicians living and working in Los Angeles than any other city at any time in the history of civilization.”, and , ”there are more than 1,100 annual theatrical productions and 21 openings every week.”

Home to Hollywood, Los Angeles is known across the world as the center of the motion picture industry.  Los Angeles’ cultural identity is largely shaped by the performing arts.  The city is divided into over 80 districts and neighborhoods, with some well-known communities being West Adams, Watts, Leimert Park, Baldwin Hills, Venice, the Downtown Financial District, Hollywood, Koreatown, Westwood and the more affluent areas of Bel Air, Benedict Canyon, Hollywood Hills, Los Feliz, Hancock Park, Pacific Palisades, Century City, and Brentwood.  The city provides 20 percent of its power from renewable sources, as of 2010, thus recently meeting a goal.