With all the extra airline fees these days, the last thing you want is sticker shock at the airport parking lot. But that might be hard to avoid at London Heathrow’s Terminal 4, where prime-time parking prices top $20 an hour—the most expensive airport parking in the world.
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Oct 12, 2017 7:05:00 PM
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Sep 30, 2017 9:30:00 AM
Expressway Airport Parking’s Top Travel Destinations (In the U.S.) for 2017, based on popular rates through Trip Advisor.
Sep 15, 2017 8:00:00 AM
Expressway Airport Parking’s Top Travel Destinations (Out of the U.S.) for 2017, based on a loosening of regulations and political partnership encouraging tourism
Sep 8, 2017 10:00:00 AM
#1 - Angra dos Reis, Brazil
Brazil’s visa waiver during the Olympics was a success for one big reason: it encouraged travel beyond the big cities. The tourism board hopes to bring back the waiver, and if you’re planning to take advantage, save time to visit Angra dos Reis, between Rio and São Paulo. This popular Brazilian vacation area is where cariocas go to escape the crowds. “It’s where many of the country’s elite have their beach villas,” says Martin Frankenberg of Matuete, who has access to several of these glamorous rentals. Big changes are coming to the region. In May, Brazilian chain Fasano will open a long-awaited 54-suite hotel in a complex that includes a marina, golf course, restaurants, and a spa. The design is striking, with elevated wooden buildings that look like they’re floating, all with open-air terraces and views of the forest and sea. And the government recently pledged $8 million to improve the infrastructure on Ilha Grande—an island that’s so popular that they’ve had to impose a daily limit on visitors.
Oct 10, 2016 11:51:00 PM
Why spend your day off in a car service waiting area, let Expressway Airport Parking handle your Oil Change, Tire Rotation, Glass Repair, Premium Detail or Basic Car Wash while you travel out of town!
Sep 5, 2016 10:00:00 AM
Edmunds.com, Popular Mechanics, AutoGeek.net and many other car care professionals all recommend that your car should be washed 1 to 4 times a month and a full wax and polish at least once a year.
Here are some Do’s and Don’ts we believe in when it comes to routine car wash maintenance of your paint;
Don't... wait for a layer of crud to accumulate before washing. Dead bugs, bird droppings, and chemicals from the atmosphere all leach acids that can strip away wax and eventually eat into your car's paint. If left too long, they can cause damage that requires sanding and repainting the area to correct.
Do... wash off dead bugs, bird droppings, and tree-sap mist as soon as possible. Other than this, a weekly car wash will keep the finish in its best shape. In addition, if you live in an area that suffers from acid rain, rinse your vehicle off after a period of rainy weather. Otherwise, acidic chemicals in the rainwater will be left on the surface after the droplets have evaporated, leaving a mark that can permanently mar the paint.
Don't... wash your car when the body is hot, such as immediately after driving it or after it has been parked in direct sunlight for awhile. Heat speeds the drying of soap and water, making washing more difficult and increasing the chances that spots or deposits will form.
Don't... move the sponge in circles. This can create light, but noticeable scratches called swirl marks. Instead, move the sponge lengthwise across the hood and other body panels. And don't continue using a sponge that's dropped on the ground without thoroughly rinsing it out. The sponge can pick up dirt particles that can scratch the paint.
Do... rinse all surfaces thoroughly with water before you begin washing to remove loose dirt and debris that could cause scratching. Once you begin, concentrate on one section at a time, washing and rinsing each area completely before moving on to the next one. This ensures that you have plenty of time to rinse before the soap dries. Start at the top, and then work your way around the car. Use a hose without a nozzle and let the water flow over the car from top to bottom. This creates a sheeting action that helps minimize pooling of water.
Do... work the car-wash solution into a lather with plenty of suds that provide lots of lubrication on the paint surface. And rinse the sponge often. Using a separate bucket to rinse the sponge keeps dirt from getting mixed into the sudsy wash water.
Don't... let the car air dry, and don't expect a drive around the block to do an effective job. Either will leave watermarks caused by minerals in hard water. In addition, don't use an abrasive towel or other material that can leave hairline scratches in the paint.
Do... use a chamois (natural or synthetic) or soft terry towels. If you choose towels, you may need several. It's best to blot the water up instead of dragging the towel or chamois over the paint. The drying process can be speeded up by using a soft squeegee to remove most of the water on the body, but be sure the rubber is pliable and that it doesn't pick up bits of dirt that can cause scratches.
If your traveling out of Little Rock Clinton National Airport take advantage of having professional routine car maintenance done while you travel at Expressway Airport Parking. We are a complete car care destination providing required vehicle maintenance while you travel so you don’t waste your free time doing it.
Go to www.expresswayparking.com to see details on vehicle services while you travel.
Sep 1, 2016 10:00:00 AM
Topics: auto detail in Little Rock
Aug 16, 2016 7:10:15 AM
Topics: Little Rock Airport Parking
Jul 19, 2016 8:47:15 AM
Travel is best when you’re not worried about it, one unforeseen worry is often returning from your trip to find you can’t start your car due to a dead battery, but Expressway Airport Parking is always looking after your car battery or your Hybrid/Electric car! The average car battery has a 3 year life, we often forget about it and assume it will start our car every time, but if you’re at the end of your battery’s life and you leave your car idle for a week or more it could be just enough to drain below the necessary 24 volts to turn your car over. This is where Expressway Airport Parking shines in taking care of you and your car.
Topics: Little Rock Airport Parking
Jul 14, 2016 6:30:00 AM
Not only maintenance services
3. Interior windows cleaned
4. Wheel wells cleaned and tires dressed
5. Clean when you get back home!
Mini Detail for Trucks & 2 row Crossovers - $143
Mini Detail for 3rd row SUV's and Vans - $154
Full Detail for Cars - $219
Full Detail for Trucks & 2 row Crossovers - $236
Full Detail for Vans & 3rd row SUV's - $247
See the Auto Detail Services page for details
Also new is Head Light Restoration - $55
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