Rush Trips: Lantana’s Private Car Service

Rush Trips: Lantana’s Private Car Service

by Steve Gamel

Imagine it’s 4 a.m., and you need a quick ride to the airport for an emergency business trip. You can try your luck with the randomness of a traditional cab or that new private car service app on your smartphone, or you can call RushTrips.

RushTrips is a locally-owned pre-arranged private car service proudly serving Lantana, Flower Mound, Highland Village, Southern Denton County and the rest of the Dallas-Fort Worth area. In a very short period of time, RushTrips has grown from one vehicle to 23 while becoming known for its reliable and prompt transportation, quality vehicles, 24-hour customer service, and ability to handle any request with a no-hassles approach.

“The area we live in really needs us,” owner Brad Zane said. “The truth is, there’s no guarantee when you wake up early in the morning that one of these [other car services] apps are going to have a car available in your area. You’re dealing with a lot of questions – Will the car be there? Will the driver be any good? Will the car be clean? It’s a personal thing with us. Our cars are clean, upscale, and comfortable, our drivers live in the area, and we’re always there.”

RushTrips drivers follow traffic patterns and weather in real time to plan the most reliable route in advance so that you’ll never be late or feel rushed. They offer competitive rates as well as free quotes and booking online; this includes the ability to book a trip up to 12 hours in advance.

Whether it’s a one-way trip to the airport, a night out with friends for a sporting event, or you need to get somewhere local in the middle of the day, RushTrips is the only call you need to make.

photos courtesy of Brad Zane


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