Have you been dreaming of the chance to arrive at a fancy party in a stretch limousine since you were a kid? If so, I can tell you that you are definitely not alone. Whether it be to your wedding reception or to a party or prom, many of us have hoped for a classic limo ride. However, what if on the day your dream comes true and that big white limo pulls up to your front door, you realize that you have no idea how to behave? Do I open my door, or does the chauffer do it? Where should I sit? Do I tip the chauffer? How much? In order to avoid a great deal of future embarrassment, a brief study of limousine etiquette will not go amiss. To begin, view this brief etiquette guide:
Among other things, I think the reminder to pay due respect to whoever is paying for the limo is important. Knowing ahead of time which is the best seat will help in ensuring that the payer does not get stuck in the back. The following article emphasizes some of the tips in the previous video, as well as adding a few more:
The Road Well-Traveled: Limousine or Town Car Etiquette
A limousine or town car is an easy and efficient mode of transportation. Some might need a driver in order to do business while en route, and some might rent a driver so they can ride like a rock star. Whatever the case, I am all for it! Everyone should have a personal chauffeur if it can be afforded. Here are tips to assist you in “the road well traveled!” …
Finally, tipping your chauffer at the end of the trip is of the utmost importance – particularly if your chauffer provided exceptional service. Below are some guidelines for determining how much you should tip:
How Much Do You Tip a Limousine Driver?
Tipping is a personal expression of gratitude for service that goes above and beyond expectations. While a tip may be included in the contract price for the limousines used during the wedding day, couples should consider additional monetary gratuities for exceptional service. …
And there you have it! Now, when your big day comes, you can walk out your front door with confidence, without any fear of embarrassment.