Having a limousine service is a treat that gives you memories like no other. You may be overwhelmed with an overly elegant ride and neglect some of your responsibilities while going to your destinations. Experiencing a ride around in style isn’t an excuse to not observe some unspoken code of etiquette in limo ride.
Surely, they are easy to follow!
Let’s take quick look on this list.
Inform the limo company ahead on how many people you are joining the party. If changes occur, inform ASAP.
Letting the limo company know ahead the head count will help your group experience the best accommodation of limo service because they will have enough time to plan and choose the kind of ride appropriate for your number such as a wedding party. Request an estimate on how much it will be as a group and as per person.
The Entrance and the Exit – Be Like a Mermaid
Wait for the driver to open doors for you. Don’t do it by yourself because it’s a disrespect to the ability of the driver to give you a special treatment if you insist to do it. To close the doors, the same unspoken rule applies.
Entering the limo with class and elegance must be done like a mermaid style. Don’t duck your head down with your bottom poking out the door. It’s funny to watch.
Instead, your bottom must face the inner side and turn back on the door opening. Your bottom must be placed on the nearby curbside seat. Legs are together like a mermaid then make a pivot turn into the car. Just do the reverse when you are exiting. Have your legs be out first then stand up to exit the limo.
Clean Before You Leave
Treating the limo as your own is the key to observe this point.
Leave it closely to how you found it. There are some limo companies that charge for cleaning fee, so be mindful with your garbage. Take it with you as you leave.
Experiencing limo ride and making you feel like a royalty doesn’t mean that you have less responsibility with the items you brought and cheered unto your party.
Taking care of your trash will lighten the driver’s after-service responsibilities.
Best Seats are for VIPs- Know Yours
Know where to place the guest of honor.
The curbside and the far right-side seat facing the main passenger spots of the limo shouldn’t be occupied by the VIPs because these are considered to be not so interesting spots.
The worst seat is the middle seat between those spots and the backward-facing jump seats.
Giving Tip to the Chauffer is Expected
Your tipping tradition doesn’t just show courtesy but your satisfaction towards the service. It is chauffeurs’ job to make sure everything in your party is delivered satisfyingly.
Give due acknowledgement to his hard work by tipping 20% of the limo service price if he executed an exemplary accommodation.
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