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Cutting A Wide Green Swath

Posted on September 29, 2009

San Francisco limousine service now offers green eco-friendly vehicles to complement a fleet serving a diverse clientele and region.

SAN FRANCISCO - Nationwide Limousine Service (NLS) recently added hybrid vehicles to its fleet of luxury sedans to provide organizations and individuals with low-emission, environmentally friendly alternatives to traditional limousine service and transportation.

Nationwide Limousine Service and Airport Transportation, which serves the San Francisco Bay area, is aiming its eco-friendly hybrid service to eco-conscious customers looking for vehicles that leave a lower carbon footprint.

NLS Limo focuses on sustainable transportation through alternative fuels and group transportation for the business and private groups in the San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Napa Valley, Sonoma Valley, and wider Bay area. Services include commuter transportation, San Francisco Airport limousine service, Oakland Airport transportation, San Jose Airport transportation, wedding limousine service, party buses, luxury sedans, classic cars, and more.

Nationwide SF Limo company offers sedans with gas/electric engines, such as the compact Toyota Prius. Hybrid gasoline-electric engines have proven effective in reducing pollutants and carbon emissions.

Information: http://www.bestsanfranciscolimousineservice.com/; (888) 722-5322.

Related Topics: alt fuel vehicles, emissions reduction, green initiatives, hybrid vehicles, reducing carbon footprint

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