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A little less than 200 days before the World Championships, the first event service cars with the Budapest 2017 look have appeared on the streets of the Hungarian capital.

As members of the organising committee, team mates of the organisers, and superiors of FINA mentioned before, one of the most important service for the 17th World Championships will be the transportation. This service could be the token of a successful event.

If transportation goes fine, the World Championships will be fine. With help of our partners 150 cars and 110 buses (for 50 people one by one) will service this huge event on the peak period. Smaller cars and minibuses will transport the VIP people, members of FINA, members of organising committee and the main fellow workers of the World Championships between the venues and the service places (for example hotels, airport etc.).

All vehicles will be driven by professional, accredited drivers, who will have undergone thorough training and preparation.

Even though there are still six months left until Budapest welcomes the world’s aquatic elite, the development of the fleet has started: by now anyone can spot special cars with the Budapest 2017 look on the streets of the Hungarian capital, moving towards the World Championships with full throttle!