Aside from looking for a limousine rental service for your special event, there are some details that you need to remember when you are already using one. Even if you rented out the limo for a night, this doesn’t mean that you own that rights to the limo for a fixed period of time. You still have to follow rules set down by the law and the limo rental firm to avoid any problems later on.
Respect The Driver
Since your safety and the enjoyment of your trip are in the hands of your chauffer, then you might want to show them a little bit respect when you're using the service. Instead of being bossy or authoritative over their actions, you might want to respect their decisions in driving the vehicle since they are the expert in handling the limo and getting you to your destination in one piece.
While you're at it, you might want to give your limo driver a tip after the service has been rendered. After all, they kept you safe from any accidents while you and your entourage are enjoying the trip. It is customary to give them at least 20 to 25 percent of the total price you paid for the limo, but you can always make other arrangements with them if you want to settle for something you can afford.
Follow The Rules
You must strictly follow the rules of the service if you don’t want the agreement terminated there and then. A limousine rental service can terminate a contract with their client if the transaction is proving to be a problem on their end.
For starters, you might want to respect the specified sitting capacity of the limousine model you rented. You need to keep in mind that every limousine model offered by the service have fixed seating capacity to ensure the safety and enjoyment of their client during the trip.
Also, you need to take care of the limousine while you're using the service. Avoid damaging anything from the interior to the exterior to avoid any disagreement with the rental company. It is advisable that you inquire with the business regarding their own rules in the use of their limousine, as well as checking out the rules provided by the government so that you won't get into regal trouble while using the vehicle.
Vanessa Arellano Doctor