Main Street Drivers: Chauffeur Service Comes to Seattle

by Shona Milne on February 16, 2017

Main Street Drivers Expands Wine Tour Chauffeur Service to Seattle

Affordable “Your Car + Our Driver” concept perfect for Woodinville and Walla Walla wine tours, Seattle nights out and last-minute safe driving needs

NEW YORK – Feb. 9, 2017Main Street Drivers (, which provides professional drivers to chauffeur clients in their own vehicles around to personalized destinations, announced an expansion of its services to the Western Washington region, with a focus on the greater Seattle area and suburbs, including the popular wine destinations of Seattle Urban Wineries and Woodinville Wine Country. The driving service is available to book immediately, and advance reservations are encouraged for popular timeframes like the upcoming Spring Release Weekend and the increased tourism season as the weather turns nicer.

 In addition to providing a safe driving option, Main Street Drivers is a more affordable option than renting a car or limo service, with rates staring at $35 an hour, plus a 20% service/gratuity charge. All drivers are insured, vetted and have gone through a comprehensive background check, and many are well-versed in the local wine culture, able to make recommendations on wineries to visit and help plan the most efficient and enjoyable tasting afternoon based on individual preferences.

 “I’m so proud to extend Main Street Drivers’ services into the greater Seattle area to provide unparalleled customer service and a responsible, affordable way to enjoy the amazing wineries and other tasting destinations near Seattle,” said James Hirtenstein, Owner and Founder of Main Street Drivers. “We pride ourselves on our reputation established with our East Coast services and the numerous repeat customers we serve. Knowing how popular the Walla Walla and Woodinville wine regions are, it was a natural decision to expand to the Pacific Northwest and bring our innovative services to locals and tourists alike.”

 Main Street Drivers began offering its services on the east end of Long Island, with a specific focus in the Hamptons, in 2011, and has been awarded the “Best Car/Limo Service Readers’ Choice Gold Award” by Long Island publication Dan’s Papers every year since. With the addition of drivers available in Oregon’s Willamette Valley and, now, the Seattle area, this unique service is the perfect fit for a variety of occasions such as:

·         Brewery, winery, and spirit distillery tours

·         Executive travel

·         Nights on the town (party-hopping, concerts, sporting events, etc.)

·         General travel about town

·         Culinary and beverage events

·         Designated drivers for one-way pick-ups

·         Weddings and rehearsal dinners

·         General vehicle transport (to and from the airport and for pets, family member carpooling, senior transportation, cleaning service professionals, etc.)

Reservations can easily be made via the web site at or by calling 888-327-4460. Follow along on social media for additional information via Facebook ( and Instagram (




Main Street Drivers is an award-winning transportation service that has perfected the “your car + our driver” concept and can create a package for each and every client need. We offer professional drivers to our clientele as an alternative to hiring an expensive car service and have been operating accident-free since our launch on the east end of Long Island, New York in 2011. With a focus on luxury transportation and experiences, MSD now operates in the wine states of New York, Oregon and Washington, with a specific focus on the wine regions of the Finger Lakes and North Fork in New York, the Willamette Valley in Oregon, the Walla Walla Valley in Washington, and now, most recently, MSD is pleased to announce its official launch in the greater Seattle area and suburbs of Western Washington, including the wine destinations of Seattle Urban Wineries and Woodinville Wine Country. Visit to learn more and make a reservation.


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