Experience Level – Has this person served at other weddings? Does he/she do this for a living or for fun? In this industry, limousine companies come and go. A brand new one may be pretty good, and everyone has to start somewhere, but do you want to trust your once in a lifetime event to a newcomer?
Limousines – Are the cars that you are shown, what you want? Does the company own them or will they sub the job out?
Truth in Advertising – Is this the car that will be serving at your wedding or will they send whatever is available? Don’t be shocked, this happens more often than you can imagine. Be certain that you know which car/driver is going to be there.
Personality – Is the Limousine Company someone that you like and get along with?
Is the “chemistry” there? People have walked away from hairstylists and tailors for less. This is a company that you are depending on to show up on time, know where they are going and to care for you until you walk down the isle! Its your most important day. Does the limousine company PROMISE to care for you?
Appearance – Will the driver be dressed in a Tuxedo?
Price Range – Although, the last thing you want to do is shop by price, are these cars within your budget? If not, are they worth the difference? A lot of times we tend to surpass our budget constraints to get what we really want. If you see and like it, you’ll find a way. In any case, make sure you understand what everything costs, including gratuities
Contract – Do you understand the contract. Is it fair? Is everything spelled out? Do you both have a copy?
References – A personal reference is always the best and people love to talk. Get a list of references from the>limousine company and check them out personally. A limousine company who doesn’t have references or is afraid to give them to you may not be the person that you need to hire.