At Kent Atlantic Limousines, we ensure to deliver top quality service to our customers and provide the experience that you were looking for.
In this blog, we share the top 7 things to consider before renting a limo.
1. Pricing is not the main consideration
After you browse around comparing the prices, you should find out about the company’s safety record. These would include their Commercial Vehicle Operator Registration (CVOR) number, used by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation to track a company’s accidents and convictions. MTO can provide a public abstract.
2. Does the company have insurance and is licensed to operate?
It’s important to ask the company to provide you with proof of insurance and their license to carry passengers as well as safety.
3. Go and check out the limo in person
Many people tends to rely on what they see online. Indeed it does saves time to view various limo companies on one screen. However, pictures you see online can be deceiving and would be more disappointing when you see the actual product does not match its pictures.
It is important to check whether tip for the driver is included in the total amount. This will help to avoid misunderstandings and the standard of the service.
5. Have it written down black and white
You must ask for a formal written agreement regarding the cost, deposit required, refund policies, pick-up/drop-off times, arrival/departure locations, type of limo requested and specific services you expect. This will come in handy to back up yourself should there be any problems on the day of the event.
You need to be very accurate with the number of people to be in the limo. This is because limos come in a range of sizes, they are usually available to accompany between 2-20 guests. Therefore, you should ensure that everyone is comfortable while traveling in the limousine.
7. Special Features and Requests
If you have a specific request such as a themed limo, drinks and costumes for the driver, make sure the limo company is informed beforehand in writing and in person to avoid misunderstandings and be organised.