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2-3 months before your wedding date is enough time to book your wedding day transportation. Before making an appointment to visit a transportation company, you should have an idea of:
How many passengers will be in the vehicle.
How much you're willing to spend.
What type of car you want.
What color you car you want.
All the locations that you'll need pick-ups and drop-offs.
The times for these pick-ups and drop-offs.
Type of Vehicles
What types of cars or limos do you have available?
How many passengers can the limo hold comfortably?
Ask to see the car that will be your's on your wedding day.
What colors do they have, interior and exterior.
Condition of Vehicles
What year and model is the car?
Is the car in good condition?
Always visit the company and look at the cars
Look at both the interior and exterior.
How will the chauffeur be dressed?
Do the chauffeurs provide good service.
Will the chauffeur know the route to all your locations?
How does the company charge...by hour, by package?
Do they charge extra for long distances?
What is the overtime charge?
What's included in the price? (drinks, red carpet, snacks...)
Is the tip already included? * Tipping rules: 10% tip is alright, 15% is average, 20% is giving for great service.
Are there discounts for off season or non-Saturday weddings?
Is there a discount is more them one vehicle is booked?
Is there a discount if you book you stag and stagette vehicles with the same company?
Is your driver familiar with your different locations? * It's always a good idea to send the company written instructions and/or a map to all your locations.
Does the company have any references that you can check? * Checking references is a good thing.
Contact company whenever there have been changes made to your schedule or locations.
Your contract should include: the type, size and color of car; pick-up and drop-off information with the times.
Confirm your reservation with the transportation company 1 week before your wedding date.
Ask them if they have all the directions to your different destinations.
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