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Black Car Hire & Limo Service Toronto


  • Concierge Meet & Greet

    Our chauffeurs will park the vehicle and meet you at terminal's arrivals level. Or, you could either schedule a premium concierge service or Curbside Pickup.

  • Corporate Dedicated

    Aimed at the executive & corporate clientele, our goal is to either meet or exceed your Toronto Car Service expectations at a nationwide level.

  • Fully Licensed/Insured

    For Hire Vehicle licensed & insured as per operating state/county regulations + fully hack licensed/level 2 background checked chauffeurs.

  • Ridesharing Compare

    Not only do we offer just luxury & corporate car service, but our rates are lower than comparable UberLUX and/or UberBLACK Toronto Airport Limo Service.

Toronto Limo Service, Van, SUV & Bus Rentals

123 Corporate Transportation is a nationwide For Hire Vehicle black car service provider with a full fleet of Corporate Van, SUV, bus rentals & limo services in Toronto. With corporate dedicated affiliates nationwide, we strive in providing our corporate clientèle a worry free executive car service experience wherever and whenever with the highest satisfaction level in the ground transportation industry. Whatever your travel occasion might be, our promise is to either meet or exceed your black car service expectations.

Our Toronto limo service rates are very competitive and much lower than comparable UBER Lux & Uber black car rates when traveling over 25 miles. Therefore, if you need a car or limo service in Toronto, not only do we offer better rates, but a peace of mind of knowing you are being driven by a professional hack licensed chauffeur in a late model commercially licensed & insured vehicle.

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  • CN Tower: This 553 meter high tower is one of the city’s must see attractions and was once the tallest freestanding structure in the world. You can see this impressive tower from almost anywhere in the city, and offers exceptional views from the top.
  • Rogers Centre: This large sports arena sits alongside the CN tower. The doomed arena has a sliding roof which can be opened or closed depending on the weather and hosts events from baseball and football to rock concerts for thousands of spectators.
  • Casa Loma: Built in the style of a medieval castle, the Casa Loma mansion was built by eccentric Canadian multi-millionaire Sir Henry Pellatt. You can visit Canada’s most famous castle and enjoy its suites decorated in the European style, along with secret passages, towers and five acres of grounds.
  • Royal Ontario Museum: Known locally as the ROM, this museum is one of the best in Canada, with an excellent standing collection along with hosting a range of acclaimed exhibitions from around the world.
  • Art Gallery of Ontario: Housed in a modern masterpiece of architecture in the West of the city center, this gallery has fine collections of Canadian, African, Oceanic and European art. The museum also hosts a number of temporary exhibits.
  • Ontario Science Centre: This family-friendly science and technology museum is located around 10 kilometres northeast of the city center, overlooking the Don Valley. Exhibitions cover technology, telecommunications, space, physics, and more.
  • Toronto Zoo: This is a very extensive zoo, with a collection of several thousand animals. Located 40 kilometers northeast of downtown Toronto, the zoo has sections which cover every major region of the globe, from the North American section complete with grizzly bears and a large bison park, to the African Savanna and Oceania’s marine life.
  • Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada: Located close to the CN Tower, this aquarium features a variety of marine life as part of spectacular displays which include a massive underwater tunnel and moving sidewalk.
  • High Park: Once a private property and now owned by the City of Toronto, this large park covers 165 acres. It features nature trails, sunken gardens, hanging basket gardens and natural waterways, and is a great place for walking or picnicking.
  • Lawrence Market: Packed with food vendors, flowers and specialty stalls, this famous market is housed in a historic building which was originally a public meeting place and concert hall.
  • Entertainment District: A fabulous area to spend an evening, Toronto’s entertainment district is home to theatre productions, concerts and a variety of performing arts. You will also find a range of restaurants, hotels and shops, centred around King Street and throughout the surrounding area.
  • Eaton Centre: At the northern end of downtown Toronto you will find the Eaton Centre, a large, ultra-modern shopping centre. The complex spreads over several blocks and contains department stores, specialty shops and boutiques, as well as plenty of place to grab a bite to eat.

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