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What does using a limo mean to you? For us it’s foremost prestige, luxury, comfort, elegance and style. This is what we try to support and provide to our clients, offering high-end services, amazing cars and first-class chauffeurs. Our limo company provides you with a luxurious car right when you need it. We have certain rules that qualify us for a professional limo service and leave every single client satisfied.

We value time. You will never see our drivers running late, causing any possible inconveniences. Our first responsibility is to take you from one place to another on your terms, winning you time. That’s why our services are called upon when somebody needs an airport service. We always arrive a few minutes earlier, just to ensure everything is fine and our client is satisfied.

From the Blog

Chauffeur Etiquette: Valuable Tips for Limo Drivers

There are differences between a chauffeur and a simple driver, and those are especially noticeable for a passenger. Any limousine rental service offers professional chauffeurs, who are not only experienced in driving, but also possess manners and share an ethical system. If you want to try yourself as a chauffeur, or as a passenger you want to understand if you are treated correctly, you need to familiarize yourself with a professional code of chauffeurs.

Basics of Chauffeuring

  • A driver has to know their car.
    Chauffeurs are expected to be familiar with a car they drive, but most of them alternate those on a regular basis. Before a chauffeur arrives to a client’s place, they have to make sure they understand what do all the buttons means, become familiar with a car and learn the peculiarities of it.
  • Chauffeurs will always get the door.
    This really gets tricky when a limo driver tries to open the doors for many people, but an experienced chauffeur knows how to handle those situations. What’s really important is always making an attempt to open a door for a client. Even if they tell they’ll do it themselves, a chauffeur should at least try.
  • The client starts the conversation.
    Before a ride, a professional chauffeur always asks a few short questions (e.g. to find if the temperature is right), but they don’t speak, initiate a small talk or start chit-chatting. Sometimes clients are up for a conversation, but in that case, they have to initiate it themselves.
  • A chauffeur is never late.
    It’s a duty to always arrive before a client, so about 15 minutes early. A huge limo waiting for longer than 15 minutes doesn’t look good, but being late is never permissible. It’s really important to remember that arriving early doesn’t mean pulling up to a client’s drive lane 15 minutes early. Most companies allow a chauffeur to pull up 5 minutes before the scheduled time.
  • Private means private.
    A chauffeur will never tell anyone what you spoke of in a car. A real chauffeur is silent, numb and deaf unless a client needs them to be different. But private information always stays private, otherwise, that chauffeur could be fired easily. It’s the biggest violation of the Chauffeur’s code.
  • A chauffeur is only allowed a silent nod.
    When a client in a limo is doing their last-minute things or talking to someone, it would be impossible to envision a situation when a chauffeur would talk to another chauffeur or greet a friend. The maximum allowed is a silent node to a fellow chauffeur, but not more.
  • My name is … and I’ll be your chauffeur today.”
    Greetings are really important in this job and a good chauffeur will always introduce themselves, make sure that a client is a right person before they go any further. It’s a required procedure for any driver, no matter how long they have been in this field.

This simple code, those element manners are required for any chauffeuring company. It’s the exact reason why chauffeuring is considered to be prestigious. It’s more than driving or taking a person from one place to another, it requires manners, style and the sense of honor. Not everyone could become a chauffeur, as the job basically means putting a client’s needs first and forgetting about the personal things.

8 Top Things Every Wedding Limo Should Have Inside

A wedding is a rather stressful (but always a really pleasant) event that requires a unique memory and organizational skills. It’s extremely hard to plan everything correctly, remember to rent a limo to impress your guests and still have fun. Between all the running, it’s easy to miss something crucial. All of those tiny details could be packed into a wedding limo in advance and save a bride or a groom from any sort of unpleasantries.

Things That Every Bride/Groom Need in Their Limo

  1. Water.
    It’s important to stay hydrated, plus when you have to do all the talking and give commands, you’ll need a sip of water. Packing a bottle or two is a good idea.
  2. Snacks.
    If you’re going for a long ride or so, it’s crucial to take a bite on the road. Being hungry during a long ceremony or photoshoot isn’t the best idea. Anyway, a nut bar or cereal bar could save you from feeling uncomfortable.
  3. Caffeine.
    Anything goes here. Probably a bride had a tough night before, planning and thinking, so a caffeine pill or candy will do.
  4. Advil.
    Stress can easily make your head hurt or cause any other aches in your body. Advil or Tylenol should always be close to you, so nothing has a chance of spoiling your ceremony.
  5. Gum/mints.
    Everyone wants their breath to stay fresh and minty, but with eating, stress, nervousness it probably won’t be that way. However, a gum or a refreshing spray could save the day and they won’t take much space.
  6. Allergy medication.
    That’s when you can never know. Not everyone actually knows about their allergies, and there might be something in a limo or costume that might provoke it. That’s why packing some basic meds will never hurt anyone.
  7. Scissors.
    There might be a string, something to cut, a nail coming loose, so scissors never hurt.
  8. Band-aid.
    Most likely those expensive white shoes a bride buys for her wedding are not as comfortable as she tries to make them seem. Plus, any other guest might have a blister or a cut, so a band-aid is a cheap and proved way to help the people around.

If you pack all that into a wedding limo, you’ll be totally safe from any issues that might arise while you’re riding. A wedding is a big day that should be planned out accordingly and it’s something that can’t be ruined. There is nothing worse than a sick guest or a sharp headache that can spoil everything and make everyone feel uncomfortable.