In Fear is No Way to Live

Coronavirus is scary, and it is killing people.

However, it’s killing far fewer people than you think, as major cities in the United States are lowering their figures after auditing inflated numbers for hype, politics and profits.

Very few under 60 years old in good health have died, and those that have were generally on covid hospital floors, or working in supermarkets or nursing homes.

It also turns out that more than half of Covid deaths are people on high blood pressure medication, or people that had the latest flu shot. For those awaiting a Covid vaccine, this should be particularly telling.

If you are healthy…

It’s time to go outside and improve your immunity through vitamin D, Fresh air, and connection.

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Coronavirus a Curse and an Opportunity

Our hearts go out to all of the families affected by Coronavirus, as well as those affected economically and emotionally.

This has been one scary and confusing time, and continues to be a big challenge for many.  Hopefully the next few weeks will reveal good news due to compliance with social distancing and cleanliness habits, as well as the changing of the seasons.

For David’s Car Service, it has been a time to reflect, as more than 50% of our March and April business has been lost. Of course, we are here to serve those with mundane and special needs.

Another virus from eating animals

Some lessons I am learning in this crisis:

• We are all spoiled in good times, and we have seen a lot of good times

• Fear and panic is not a great thing. The store shelves being empty, and folks canceling events in summer is probably not yet warranted. Remember, the flu strikes millions in the U.S. every year, and kills thousands. In 2017-18, it killed ~80,000 people in the U.S. Coronavirus has killed 55 so far.

• People have become thrifty, creative, and generous as our priorities shift in light of this pandemic.

• Our government is filled with elitist, controlling assholes. I mean most of them, not just the pigheaded narcissist.

• I love to focus on my health, and be in nature. This is a forced vacation. I am willing to get the message and enjoy it.

• Despite the fact that this virus, and the swine flu, and the H1N1 (bird) flu all come from eating animals, nobody is talking about ANOTHER great reason to go vegan.

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Trip Canceled due to Coronavirus? Heal With David…

Well, it may not be the end of the world as we know it, but this global pandemic has killed quite a few people, hurt many more, and interrupted the plans of millions across the globe.

My business has encountered 11 cancellations already, and we are braced for more. But, now is a good time for me to show you what else I’m up to…

David’s Organic is a project I have been working on, which cooks healing beverages and meals for people in Metrowest, made from organic, plant-based foods.

My Miso Soup can prevent or shorten an illness, and my Healing Veg Tea can reduce your stress and help you balance your blood sugar, while you work on weight, cholesterol, skin, or even more serious issues. All starting at $10/pint, delivered!!

Learn more at

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Reliable ride to Logan starting at $80, or Logan Express starting at $15

If you live or work in Metrowest, and need occasional or regular rides, David’s Car Service is for you!

Call or text David for a quote at 508-333-4153 today!


P.S. Enjoy the sunshine!

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DCS to NYC (Bye to LimoLiner)

On December 31, LimoLiner went out of business. Too bad, they had a nice service.

We can drive you from Metrowest to Metro NYC, starting at $65 per person, with 48 hours notice. Please text # of passengers, date/time you’d like to leave, and other details to 508-333-4153. We will send a quote right back.

Happy new year!!

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DCS Is Growing And Improving

David’s Car Service will turn six years old this month!

We are pleased to offer rides in two new vehicles:


A white 2019 Honda Insight Touring, which is a hybrid sedan with a large trunk and very comfortable seats. Of course it features all the new safety technology, as well as WAZE integration, high definition and satellite radio.

A black 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Ultimate Limited, which is a 3-row suv with all wheel drive, and a rooftop carrier for suitcases, skis, golf clubs, even a wedding dress!

We recently did our first round trip ride to MGM Casino in Springfield, and continue to drive people right here in Metrowest, and as far away as NYC, CT, NJ, VT, ME, NH and RI.

Call or text David now for a quote at 508-333-4153.

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New Vehicle!

David now has a nice black SUV that can drive up to five people to the airport, events or the new casino!

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Happy Spring!

While we are still not getting great spring weather, the snow has gone for a few months, and the flowers, trees, birds etc. are coming back.

So, it’s time to start thinking about hitting the road! If you do not want to, or cannot drive yourself, David’s Car Service is happy to assist.

We love going to Western MA, New York and New Jersey, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut and Rhode Island. Think Casinos, Beaches, Mansion Tours, Museums, Ball Games, Parks, and of course restaurants.

It all starts with a text or call to David at 508-333-4153.


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Happy Thanksgiving!!

Save room for dessert!


Thanks for making David’s Car Service the most popular livery in Metrowest!

We hope your holiday is safe and wonderful, despite whatever weather may come.

Please don’t hesitate to call on us if you need transportation for you or yours.

All our best,

David, Matt, Clinton, Geoff, Marc, Rebecca, Carol et al.

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Love The Cape

Last night I drove a longtime client to Falmouth from Marlboro. It was a fairly easy drive as we were before rush hour on a weekday afternoon. Another piece of good fortune was that it was sunny and warm, not raining or brutally hot.

We got there fast, about 1:15, and after I dropped him off at his beach home, where he claims to be working for the next week (but brought a lot of food and wine!), I got to enjoy the area for a couple of hours.


Beautiful Falmouth Harbor in August

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