From time to time we are asked about our policies with regards to the transport of pets.
We are an almost infinitely flexible organisation and will do everything we possibly can to meet the requirements of our clients. As such, we don’t have demarcation lines and piles of bureaucracy defining what can or cannot be done in an individual limousine hire situation. Instead, we look at each individual set of circumstances on its own and reach an informed conclusion in conjunction with our client.
It is often said, quite correctly, that the main focus of any wedding day centers around the Bride and Groom.
That’s why we offer a range of impeccable luxury limousines for wedding transport services.
It’s not unusual to find several colleagues needing to travel by air at the same time.
It’s also far from unusual to hear stories of this sometimes resulting in a few headaches for the organizers in situations where everybody is making their own way independently to the airport.
We’ve seen some news recently from France that caught our eye.
The police were called to a suspicious-looking vehicle in a small town. Upon arrival, they found a man inside who had simply pushed back his seat for a quick nap. What made this unusual though was the fact that he had chosen to do so on a roundabout and was actually so drunk as to be officially described as being “virtually comatose”.
We have all read stories such as the one about the Wedding Limousine that arrived to collect the Bride and was found to have squashed sandwiches on the floor plus peanuts and other snack debris on the seats.
It’s extremely unlikely that the Bride and Groom or their families found the incident amusing.
We’ve spoken often in past blogs about our great vehicles and now it’s time to say a few words about our greatest resource – that is our chauffeurs.
We recently heard somebody on TV talking about how they were looking for ideas to help improve their employees’ attendance at corporate events.
They were speaking about things such as social events and communication sessions. Apparently, if attendance wasn’t actually obligatory, many employees simply weren’t turning up.
We’re periodically asked whether it’s better to book a limousine for an airport collection or take a taxi.
Now we admit to being biased but even so, we’ve tried to be as objective as possible on this one. As a result, we’ve picked out a few factors you may wish to consider.
Need to transport 14 people in luxury?
Then the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter from Bayside Limousines is going to be for you!
All 7-seaters have to be uncomfortable, spartan vehicles that have all the charm and appeal of a delivery van with some seats welded inside, right?