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Virginia Operator Cuts Emissions With Innovative Technology

Posted on March 16, 2010

Superior Executive Transportation becomes the first operator in the state to use SABERTEC Blade Technology. 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA -- Busy corporate travelers and savvy leisure travelers can make a difference by going green with Superior Executive Transportation.

With SABERTEC Blade Technology, SET offers the same level of service as before, plus the fleet is now equipped with cutting edge technology to clean the exhaust and improve mileage. Such new aftermarket automotive technology is the first to pass EPA guidelines for increased fuel economy in independent lab testing while significantly reducing CO2 emissions. "Blade" shows "significant and repeatable" results on a fleet of vehicles during EPA 511 Protocol testing.

Superior Executive Transportation realizes that the clientele that uses luxury ground transportation still wants great service, clean well appointed vehicles, and room enough for the passengers and their luggage. Paul Walsh, president of SET, says, "Obviously, our business is looking for ways to be the car service of choice. Using the new Blade Technology allows us the advantage of keeping luxury chauffeured car service without compromising room, comfort and style."

SET is an executive black car sedan service in southeastern Virginia, based in the Norfolk/Virginia Beach metro region. Serving a heavily military area, SET is veteran-owned and operated and in its sixth year of business.

SABERTEC Blade Technology takes on the greatest single source of air pollution in America, caused mostly by emissions of passenger vehicles. 

 

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