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A quick, reasonably priced trip to LAX from Beverly Hills Cab Co. might not be cinematic, but it sure is painless

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- It's a common holiday movie trope—imagine Love Actually or Planes, Trains and Automobiles—for characters to rush to the airport to try and catch a plane before it takes off. While it might take away from these films' dramatic tension, it would have been a wiser and faster choice if they had opted for Beverly Hills Cab Co. This Los Angeles-based taxi company prides itself on its prompt service, led by its gifted drivers who could capably get a movie star to the Los Angeles Airport (LAX) well before recommended check-in time. Beverly Hills Cab Co. only staffs friendly, knowledgeable drivers in its fleet of all-blue vehicles who then undergo additional training once hired. These drivers are licensed by the City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation and are held fully accountable for the cleanliness and friendliness of their services. Every airport taxi in Los Angeles is stocked with state-of-the-art GPS technology and a helpful team in the dispatch office for the rare times when routes get complicated or when traffic needs to be averted.

This is all to say that the Beverly Hills Cab Co. staff can provide the LAX taxi service that will get you punctually to the airport. It'd be less cinematic to show lovers reunite at the check-in counter at the airport way before boarding; however, this is the stress-free service customers expect from Beverly Hills Cab Co. After all, what drama could be eked out of Beverly Hills Cab Co.'s affable and affordable taxi service to LAX? Beverly Hills Cab Co. openly advertises its flat rate fees to LAX on its website, which are barely more than a crowded airport shuttle. Currently, a Beverly Hills Cab Co. ride from Beverly Hills to LAX is only $38, from West Hollywood is $40, and other trips to the airport cost no more than $45 or $50 (depending on area of city and terminal).

A key component to any timely airport taxi service is the ability for a cab driver to show up on time in the first place; Beverly Hills Cab Co. has this in spades. The company's responsible dispatch service will guarantee your pick-up in about 10 to 15 minutes after an order is placed. Also, Beverly Hills Cab Co. allows its customers to book a taxi cab far in advance of a flight so that there's no ambiguity or waiting on the day of the flight. This reservation can be made on the phone or online, where a handy order number is given for when orders need to be modified or tracked. They'll even provide the flat rate fee information in advance so that the customer can be prepared, creating a faster and easier transaction.

For your anxiety-free airport transportation this holiday season, please contact Beverly Hills Cab Co. by calling 800-398-5221 or navigating to www.beverlyhillscabco.com.

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