If you live in a bustling city, the majority of your life is spent on-the-go, and smartphone apps are one of the cornerstones of your efficient routine. That’s why New York City’s First Class Car & Limo Service is devoted to making riders’ lives easier with a convenient transportation app. In addition to allowing customers to book a ride from their mobile devices, their app now offers three helpful updates.
The 3 Latest Updates to First Class’ Transportation App
1. Credit Card Compatibility
In the past, First Class Car & Limo Service allowed groups of all sizes to choose from Lincoln® Town Cars, Chevrolet® Suburbans, and Toyota® Avalons through their transportation app. However, payment options weren’t as varied — you’d have to pay for your luxury ride in cash. Now, their app accepts credit cards, so you can book your ride without stopping at the nearest ATM.
2. Flat Rates
Just like standard taxis, First Class Car & Limo Service priced trips based on distance and travel duration, and the total cost of your ride varied depending on the time of day or popularity of the destination. However, their transportation now offers regular flat rates, so you’ll know what to expect to pay no matter where your destination is.
3. Clearer Pricing Display
When you’re heading to a new place for the first time, it’s difficult to estimate how much you’ll be paying when hopping into a curbside yellow cab. But by using this transportation app, you’ll get access to pricing from point A to point B, so you can stop watching the meter run in fear of an outrageous fare. Instead, you’ll know exactly what to pay before the ride, just by checking your smartphone.
If you need a ride in any of New York City’s five boroughs, choose First Class Car & Limo Service for a safe, fast, and comfortable ride. You can download their transportation app for iOS or Android to browse the newest features, and make a reservation right from your mobile device. To learn more about their company, visit the website, or call (212) 304-1111 to speak to a representative.