The Washington Post is reporting that a new class of limousine that offers a $1,200 discount on top of the standard fare is being marketed by a group of people who believe it could help reduce congestion.
The limo service is called a “sustainable fleet,” and is being offered by a company called “Luxury Car Rental.”
Its owners have raised more than $500,000 for a limo fleet, which will be delivered in the first half of 2018.
A spokesperson for Luxury Car Rentals did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The company says that it’s a “comprehensive fleet” and that it will be available in most major cities by the end of the year.
It promises that, by 2025, the company expects to offer the cheapest limo in the country, which is a huge advantage.
It’s unclear how many people are going to be on the new fleet.
Luxure Car Renters’ website says it will provide a limousiner for each customer and the price will be $1.50 per mile.
It says that customers will be able to use the service from a variety of locations, including public transportation, taxis, public transportation vehicles and private cars.
The price for a standard car would be $8,000.
The Luxury Cars group says it is a one-of-a-kind experience that will “revolutionize the limo experience.”
The limousines are currently being offered at $1 per mile for two-person rides and a price of $2 per mile if you pay for one-way trips.
A driver can make $1 to $2 an hour.
It is unclear how much the new limo will cost.