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asked Jun 19, 2012 in Transportation by Deborah
recategorized Mar 10, 2013 by anonymous

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Renting a limousine is like renting a hotel room, and most rental car companies only allow two to three hours to rent so make sure that you check the vehicle thoroughly and know the services and other charges included in the fee. Read the contract carefully, and take especial note of cancellation policies and the amount required for a deposit.

Make sure that you are renting the same limo you inquired after, because it may not be available on the date of your wedding. Also give it a test drive, and consider the number of people it will accommodate. If it can carry only three to four people you’ll probably want something cheaper instead, like a luxury sedan. Check to make sure that the driver’s wearing proper attire.

answered Jun 19, 2012 by Ashley
edited Mar 10, 2013 by anonymous
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The most important things to consider when planning wedding transportation. 1. If you want to make sure your bridal party is all together and on time for your wedding, then you will need a stretch limousine to pick them up at ONE location. Make sure you get the bridal party to the wedding venue well before (at least 30 minutes) the scheduled ceremony. 2. If you are planning a large bridal party (10 or more), keep in mine you will need a stretch SUV or even a super stretch SUV to carry 12 to 24 in a bridal party. If you have more than 24 in your bridal party, you will need a bus! 3. If you have a large bridal party, consider having the wedding and reception at the same place and close to a hotel where everyone will gather. This will allow a smaller limousine to make several trips to get everyone to the wedding venue. 4. It is always a good idea to setup seperate transportation for the bride and groom, as this will be a stressful enough event without having to deal with the bridal party. You will have plenty of time at the reception to interact with your bridal party. Select a car for the bride, father, mother and/or maid of honor. And select a car for the groom and best man. 5. Don't forget the "Get-Away" car at the end of the evening to take the bride and groom to their honeymoon suite! You will want something fun and fancy for this part of the transportation needs. 6. When it comes to stretch limousines and sedans, you can usually find what you need available about 30 days before your event. However, specialty transportation such as classic cars, luxury Rolls Royce and Trolley buses are very rare, and should be reserved well before (at least 6 months) your event.

answered Aug 27, 2013 by info@classytransportation.com