So you have decided to book a Vancouver limo rental for your next special occasion in Vancouver. Making the decision is just the first step to ensure that your day of hiring a limo lives up to your expectations. Luckily, we are providing you with an actionable checklist to get started on right now.
Vancouver limo rentals come in various sizes. Knowing how many people are going to be in the limousine is the first thing you need to consider. After all, the limousine experience is all about you and enjoying any number of activities in and around Vancouver.
Now that you know how many people are going to enjoy your Vancouver limo rental experience you can determine which limousine you want. There is a number of choices for all group sizes.
- 4 Passengers Executive Lincoln L Town Car Sedan
- 6 Passengers Cadillac Escalade
- 10 Passengers White Executive Stretch SUV Ford Excursion
- 13 Passengers White Krystal Stretch SUV Ford Excursion
- 13 Passengers White Tiffany Stretch SUV Ford Excursion
- 20 Passengers Krystal Party Bus
Now that you know which vehicle you want, do not delay your booking you limousine. To book a Vancouver limo rental -- such as a YVR airport limo /or airport-taxi -- you don't need to be in Vancouver. Stop reading this post for five minutes and book your limousine online right now (even if its months away, talk soon).
Now that you have booked your limousine, you should know how, when and who is going to pay for the limousine. If you haven't already you should see the limo rental rates here. As much as we would love to be able to not consider money when making a decision, money should be considered in the previous steps.
A week or two in advance of the big day, give the Vancouver Limousine Company a call to ensure everything is confirmed. This is also the opportunity to request any additions that you require. While your chauffeurs will try and meet any last minute requests, the more time the better for them and you.
By taking action on this checklist, you are guaranteeing that your exciting day is not going to end up a last minute disaster.