100%. Basically if you're near a skytrain it's not a horrible option.
Yes it does add quite a bit to your travel times, but you're saving quite a bit of money.
This obviously doesn't make a lick of sense if you're in Langley or anywhere past Pitt Meadows.
I said what? $40 above? Let's say $50 after fuel.You gotta count your time spent which a lot of RFDers seem to not count or undervalue their hourly worth...
A week of parking is what? $130?
That's an $80 difference.
Assuming it takes you 2 extra hours each way that's $20/hour which for me would be worth it.
But as I said above, if you're gone for 2 days this 100% isn't worth it.
2 weeks would easily be worth it though. My personal cutoff is about a week (which is about what I normally travel for anyways)
Domestic and international are both on the first level of arrivals.For the shuttle, it only goes to the first level - arrival.
You (the shuttle) drive to international first then it stops at domestic.
I 100% can't see it stopping at only one since you'd have to drive through the other one at some point along the way.
Depends on how many bags you're dragging.I would personally preferred the long term value park as well for the convenience of free skytrain.
If it's only a carry on? Sure. But if you're dragging a carry on and 2 suitcases, I'd at least short term park to check them before driving back and value parking.
This way you're only dragging a carry on.
Vancouver doesn't exist. Only Toronto.