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Renting a limo

There are plenty of reasons why you might want to rent a Limousine. 

Maybe you’re having a special event and want to make a statement, or you’re travelling in a large group and just want to keep the group together.

A Limousine Rental can really make a statement, whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or just trying to stand out. Maybe you need a relaxed environment while you conduct business while travelling,

How about a Party in your own bus. Our Vegas Style party busses are designed around party transportation. Going to a game make it a fun trip there and back.

The Chauffeur

professional chauffeur plays a pivotal role in ensuring a seamless and memorable experience for passengers. Beyond simply navigating the roads, a chauffeur is expected to exhibit a high standard of etiquette and conduct.  Whether you’re a passenger seeking comfort and reliability or a limousine service provider looking to uphold your reputation, understanding these principles is vital.​


Etiquete rules for chauffeured transportation.

The limousine service and chauffeur work to provide you with a luxurious vehicle and memorable ride to your various destinations. While your most important job is to ride, there are some limousine etiquette rules to follow to show respect to your driver and the limo service.

Luckily, these are all easy to follow and it’ll make your trip better for everyone.

A good rule of thumb is to simply act respectful. Follow even this one basic rule and you’ve mastered a large part of limousine etiquette.


Respect the driver

It should go without saying that you shouldn’t yell at your driver, ask them to do anything illegal (speeding, passing in unsafe areas, etc.) or blame them for any issues with the limo. If you have any problems with your driver, contact us immediately. The more you agitate the driver, the more difficult it is for them to concentrate on navigating through traffic.

It’s perfectly okay to talk to your chauffeur, but don’t expect them to strike up a conversation. Their job is to be polite, respectful and drive you from place to place without infringing on your special occasion.

Respect the limousine

It’s easy to get carried away while riding in a limo, but one of the more important limousine etiquette rules is to treat the limo even better than you would your own car. Try not to damage anything within the limo and if you’re having issues, ask the driver for assistance.

Remember that the limo service rents the limo out to others after you’re done. If you bring the limo back damaged, you could be held responsible for the repairs.

Never take anything out of the limousine that doesn’t belong to you. Glassware is one of the most commonly stolen items. Leave all glassware inside the limo. Broken or stolen glassware will be billed accordingly.


Getting in and out of a limousine

How many people have you seen entering limos with their butts sticking in the air? It’s not exactly elegant. Believe it or not, there’s an appropriate way to enter and exit limousines. First, always let the chauffeur open the door for you. The only exception is if there’s a person at your destination who is responsible for doing this.

Next, slide into the first available seat and swing your legs inside. Slide along the seats until you’ve reached your seat. Follow the same procedure while exiting. You’ll look and feel like a VIP when your getting in and out like a limo pro.


Keep the party respectful

Don’t worry, you’ll still have plenty of fun, but it’s important to keep your party under control. Never smoke or do any drugs while riding in a limousine. Always confirm beverage orders from limousine service, AGLC rules apply. A limousine can hold a license just like a bar. You are prohibited from bringing your own alcoholic beverages into or out of a Bar,

No matter how much you drink, try to avoid using lewd language or getting rowdy inside the vehicle. This could cause the driver to not feel safe and result in your night coming to a premature halt. The chauffeur’s job is to keep you safe while riding, but they should also feel safe.


Your ride is completed once you leave the limousine and enter a business or residence at the end of the night. If it is cold out the chauffeur will wait until you enter your destiniation, sometimes key codes are hard to remember after a party. If you go inside dont expect the limousine to be there if arrangement have not been made for further transportation. Just for reference purposes Limousines are generally charged per hour. If we have 20 people on a bus and each one has someone who just want to escort a friend into the house and asks for the driver to wait, and takes only 10 minutes, that means the it will take 3 hours of paid transportation to drop of the last guest, not including driving time between. Tips to help reduce the time are stay on the bus if you are not supposed to get off there. Prearrange one dropoff point. 

Bring all your personal belonging with you. Anything left behind will be avalable for pickup if we find something. Not every lost item was left in the limo.

If any guest needs a helping hand to their destination the chauffeur will provice some assistance if required. Please not that a 300 lb chauffeur can help a 150 lb person easily but a 150 lb chauffeur may need more assistance with a 300 lb unstable guest.

If a guest is disabled, prearrangements may be requested to facilitate a smooth transition and ensure this guest is well treated.

Emergency exits are all marked and are for emergency use only. Opening one is subject to a fee being processed if there was no emergency.

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