Top Wedding Car Hire Frequently Asked Questions When Booking a Wedding Car

By Gavin Burnham

You want to look back with fond memories of your wedding day. It is one of the most monumental days of your life, and one that you would want to live in style. The day itself takes a lot of organization. One aspect of the day which is often overlooked or left to the last minute is the wedding transportation. Traditionally it is the groom's responsibility to organize the wedding transportation, but many grooms lack of knowledge and understanding make them unaware of exactly how important this day is for the bride-to-be.

Some grooms even give this responsibility to the best man, and if you are a bride-to-be and are worried that your groom lacks the understanding on how important it is to find the best transportation for you, you may just have to do it yourself. Here are some answers to the frequently asked questions on how to get the most out of your wedding car hire, even if you don't know a lot about wedding transport.

Q1) What style of wedding car should I have? A1) Just as important as getting the colour scheme of your car right, you should also ensure that the style of the wedding car reflects the style of your wedding. If you are going for a traditional or classical style wedding then a classic Rolls Royce Silver Cloud or Daimler Limousine might be the best car option. But if you are planning an original wedding or something a little different, why not look into hiring an Aston Martin DB7 or Morse Jaguar wedding car?

Q2) How will the company prepare for the wedding day? A2) The company should plan the chauffeurs schedules. Each chauffeur should have a full briefing and undergo a dry-run of the route prior to the wedding. This will also check for any disruption on the roads or any plans for roadwork that may cause delays. The cars should be prepared a couple of days before the wedding to ensure they are in tip top condition and decorated in accordance with your requirements.

Q3) Do I need to view the cars? A3) Always see cars before you book. Older cars can vary greatly in their condition. If the cars are garaged all year long, they are likely to be of a higher standard and better maintained. You can check that it is the actual car you will get for your wedding, and a reputable company will be happy to invite you to their showroom to view the cars.

Q4) How many weddings cars will I need? A4) Think about the journey you will make and who will be in the wedding cars. It is important that you think about where the pick up points are and exactly who you would like to be in the cars. How many bridesmaids, flower girls and pageboys will you be having? This will determine how many cars you will need. If you want to stick to the traditional car, then why not consider hiring a classic seven seat Daimler Limousine? Also, think about asking a relative or friend to take any large bags or luggage, as not all cars have enough storage space.

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