Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life and with all of the things that you are responsible for taking care of, the last thing you’ll want to worry about is transportation. Making sure that you take advantage of the below tips will ensure that you have a vehicle readily available to you on your wedding day that you can rely on and will safely get you from one location to another.

 

  1. Booking Ahead

The first thing that every bride should do when they’re interested in wedding transportation is to book ahead. This is quite important because making plans last minute could either mean A. There aren’t any vehicles available or B. The company will be inconvenienced by your request. Booking a car at least 6 months in advance is the perfect time to get the right vehicle that you want (if you want a specialty car) and it helps to knock one thing off of your checklist.

  1. Think Beyond Limos

It’s typical for brides and their wedding parties to arrive in a stretch limo and with the various car rental agencies in your area, there are hundreds of unique vehicles that you can take advantage of. Plus, if you’re getting married around major seasons such as prom, limos may be in short supply. Consider a vintage car or even a sleek Rolls-Royce to really give a lasting impression.

  1. Reserve in Person

Even though the internet may make it simpler for couples to book and buy things online, there’s nothing better than doing things the old fashioned way. Taking the time to make your transportation reservations in person will allow you to meet the people working for the company, see the cars that you would be interested in renting, and to simply get a feel for their customer service strategies. You will always want to work with a company that’s friendly and flexible in the event of a change of plans.

  1. Getting a Fee Summary

When you make your reservation there will be a flat rate hourly or daily fee that you’ll have to pay but make sure that you pay attention to the small details as well. Will you be responsible for paying for wait time if the driver has to wait between the ceremony and the reception? Are there extra charges if you use the car beyond the time that you originally requested?

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