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Automated Attendants!

Automated answering services: If you cannot get access to a human on the phone when you call to make a van reservation, where are they going to be when you have a mechanical breakdown? If the company cannot afford to provide a live person to receive your call, how will they afford to take care of your group when you have broken down on the side of the road or have been in an accident!

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Get That Insurance Certificate First!

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Failing to get a certificate of insurance. You should never step one foot in a limo unless you have a physical insurance certificate from the carrier in advance. This step should be one of common sense, but most groups ignore it. If possible, you should pick up the phone and verify that the certificate is valid and actually exists. There are many carriers that will attempt to operate without the proper insurance to reduce operating costs.

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Limo Crashes Can Be Avoided Using Common Sense Strategies!

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Failing to physically see what you will be getting. Before you reserve a limo, you must schedule a physical visit to the supplier’s facility and view their fleet. Don’t just take it for granted that the pictures on their website actually represent the limos they own. Ask to see their inventory, inspect their vehicles inside and out to your satisfaction, and ask questions there. The last thing you want for your group will be to get something other than what has been promised. Ask about the age of their fleet while onsite.