Hiring a Limo: What You Should Know
Because your driver’s license probably doesn’t say Trump, this might be one of the few times in your life that you get to hire a limousine. Transporting guests for a bachelor party is a lot different from shuttling wedding or funeral attendants, so you’ll need to ask the right questions to get the best bang for your buck.

Start with word of mouth. The Yellow Pages tell you nothing about the quality of a limo service. Call a few hotel concierges in your city and find out which limousine companies they recommend to their VIP guests. Then, check the listings of your local business organizations. Companies that belong to the local Chamber of Commerce, Better Business Bureau, and Convention and Visitors Bureau will be your best bets.

Plan ahead. Most quality limousine companies can get you their best deals when you call three to four months in advance. If the bride and groom have already booked their limo deal, find out if you can get a discounted rate by piggybacking the bachelor party on to the main event.

Find a specialist. Unless your bachelor party activities include drunken rides through baggage claim chutes, a limo company that mainly handles airport runs might not be the best pick. Look for family-owned companies that specialize in weddings, parties, and other private events. To find a limo company near you, check out

Ask for the total cost. Many limo companies will quote you an hourly fee. It’s up to you to ask them to provide a figure that includes tips, tolls, taxes, and unexpected surcharges. Otherwise, you’ll have to make those strippers meet you at the interstate rest stop where the driver leaves you after you run out of money.

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