As we enter the fall season, students, alumni, and friends of the University of Michigan are gearing up to return to campus. Whether you’re going to move into campus yourself, attend a football game with college friends, or tour the campus with your prospective student, there are so many reasons to visit campus. And there are even more reasons to rent a limo service while you’re there. The University of Michigan is beautiful during the fall months. Ann Arbor is a city to remember, so you want to make the most of your time there. To do this, you should most definitely hire a taxi or limo service to cut down on the stress that comes with arranging transportation services. Between transportation to and from hotels, events, and the airport, limo services make things easy (and luxurious) for you. Let’s discuss in detail all the activities you could use a limousine for as you travel to Michigan this fall:
For travelers going to Michigan via plane, you’ll likely arrive at the Detroit Metropolitan International Airport (DTW). This airport is approximately 25 miles away from the University of Michigan’s campus, which means it will be a 35-45-minute drive, longer or shorter depending on traffic. Because the airport is such a busy place, it will be hard to get other on-demand car services, like Uber or Lyft, to respond to your requests. Plus, these services will often be incredibly expensive at that time, especially considering the quality of your ride. Moreover, renting a car in Ann Arbor is hard to find and a hassle—you don’t want to have to worry about driving, navigating heavy traffic and, of course, finding parking throughout your trip. The reality is, a limo service is the best option. With a limo service, or black car service you can get picked up from the airport, and you’ll be transported to Ann Arbor in style.
As Michigan fans say, “Go Blue!” We know you and your friends are die-hard Michigan football fans, so you’ll be busy tailgating, socializing, and rooting for Michigan on game days in the fall. So, it’s best not to drive yourself to and from games. You should let the driving pros handle it because of traffic congestion, roadblocks and car and pedestrian traffic is often bad during games. You also wouldn’t want to drive because the limousine experience is so much more exciting, convenient and comfortable. Think about renting a Mercedes Sprinter Van or Limo bus for larger groups, it’s the best option around.
Back to School Move-in
Parents of college students, college students themselves, friends and family of college students, and anyone else who is supporting University of Michigan students as they move into their homes on campus could use a taxi or limousine service on move-in day. It takes a village to get students moved into their apartments, houses, or dorms. And everyone who contributes to the big day deserves a reward—like a ride in a limo. Also, it’s the perfect time for parents to meet the drivers and owners of the companies in-person. You can actually chat and meet who will chauffeur your children around while residing on campus.
Tours of the Campus
High schoolers who are interested in attending the University of Michigan (and their families) will visit the campus in the fall time, as they prepare to apply to colleges in the coming months or years. Don’t stress over transportation when you’re trying to gauge whether or not you love the school (though, you’ll love the school). Instead of relying on unreliable on-demand car services, opt for a service you can trust—local limo services.
Over homecoming weekend, the University of Michigan hosts reunions for classes who graduated 50, 40, 30, 20, or 10 years ago. This means the classes of 1973, 1983, 1993, 2003, and 2013 will be returning to campus this year. What better way to reminisce on your college years than riding around Ann Arbor in a limo service with your college friends?
At Premier Taxi & Limo Service, we are committed to helping visitors of the University of Michigan feel like they’re at home. We offer luxury transportation services to top-notch fans of the University of Michigan. For inquiries call 734-780-9122 or visit our website for more information, contact us.