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Head out West to Beat the Winter Chill and See L.A. with Beverly Hills Cab Co.

Those looking for a reprieve from a particularly harsh winter can enjoy the lovely weather of L.A. and see the city's famous sites with Beverly Hills Cab Co.

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The gloom of late winter often inspires people from across the U.S. to book a trip to Los Angeles, and with snow storms and ice causing more trouble than ever – and this year more than ever. Of course, when planning to fly into LAX, an airport taxi to Los Angeles is almost always a necessity. Fortunately, the acclaimed Beverly Hills Cab Co. ensures travelers will always have access to convenient and top-quality transportation – whether they need a taxi to Venice Beach, Hollywood, or a number of other popular tourist destinations. With a BHCC taxi, Westwood, Wilshire Center, and many areas in between can be enjoyed along with the famously delightful SoCal weather.

Across the U.S., this season will go into the record books as the winter that just wouldn't end. From New York to Atlanta, Chicago, and even the Pacific Northwest, temperatures have been dipping to record lows while the snow keeps falling – burying cars and leaving roads slick and icy. It might all be enchanting in December and January, but by the end of February, you can't blame anybody for wishing spring would hurry up and arrive already!

Yet, even as Jack Frost continues to keep most of the country in his icy and iron-clad grasp, this winter has been historically bright and warm here in Los Angeles – making the famous city the perfect getaway for those experiencing late-winter cabin fever. Best of all, from the moment you step off the plane at LAX, you can enjoy efficient, comfortable and altogether first-rate transportation from Beverly Hills Cab Co.

With a coverage area extending from Wilshire Center to Brentwood and down to Westchester LAX, the most exciting tourist spots and famous clubs can be experienced from the back of a BHCC taxi, as well as the beautiful sunshine and mild nights that are the norm in L.A. The esteemed company's first rate drivers are seasoned and fully willing to provide transportation to hotels or residences, and they are frequently utilized for medical visits, errands and much more.

For travelers looking to enjoy the fun and excitement of West Hollywood's vibrant nightlife, for example, BHCC drivers will happily provide safe, reliable transportation, allowing your group to simply sit back and relax in the back of their luxurious and impeccably kept cabs. They can even ride with the windows down, enjoying the warm, refreshing Southern California breeze – a particularly welcome late winter pleasure for visitors from the East Coast and Midwest.

If the gray skies and messy slush of late winter have got you craving the sunshine and beauty of the temperate Southern California climate, plan a trip to Los Angeles today, and breathe easy knowing your transportation needs will be fully covered by Beverly Hills Cab Co. L.A.'s top taxi company can be reached toll-free at 800-273-6611, or online at www.beverlyhillscabco.com.

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