Now, your daily search for a parking space in the city will not be that difficult even if you don’t have a chauffeur-driven car.
Those working in multinational companies in the Millennium City can get the facility of valet service which offers chauffeur for such car owners. A private company —Beautiful Indulgence — is offering chauffeur service to its customers.
The chauffer not only parks the cars at a designated parking lot but also maintains the vehicles.
The service comes at a price of Rs 3,000 per vehicle for a month.
“The facilities would include monthly parking, pick-up and drop-of vehicle from and to the registered members’ office (any number of times a day (Monday to Friday) complimented with a daily exterior car clean up, mineral water bottle, flat tyre replacement, visitor client parking assistance, service centre drop and pick and not to forget special assistance during severe climatic variations,” said Kapil Anand, managing director of the Beautiful Indulgence.
Wasting precious time hunting for a parking space in the congested corporate hub has become part of daily routine of any company executive who does not have a chouffeur-driven car. Now they can also afford to enjoy more quality time with their families or loved ones, said Kapil’s wife Sonal who is also assisting him in the business.
“They all are so busy that they didn't even know what they have been losing. Most of people working in DLF Cyber City have been losing the most valuable asset of their life--time,” said Sonal.
Before venturing into the innovative business, the couple spent days together, analyzing vehicles movement in parking lots, interacting with office goers about the time they spent looking for space for their cars and then walking to their offices.
Concern about bad weather, safety of women executives and security of vehicles are some of the major factos that made the couple lauch the initivative. “The objective is to provide a safe environment to women office goers, as they avoid going alone to the distant parking lots. Soon, more and more people would need such kind of service in the city,” she said.