1. Don’t Overcrowd
While it is always fun to enjoy a limousine ride with a number of friends, if you are the one in charge, there is the reminder that despite the size, a limousine, just like any other car, has a limited passenger capacity. While it is understandable that the luxury and the glitz may overwhelm and attract the enthusiasm of any limousine passenger, it is important to remember that safety must never be overlooked. And in this case, the party organizer must keep the number of passengers in mind when renting a limousine: opting for those with greater passenger capacity would provide the greatest degree of safety, if you are traveling with a larger group of friends than usual.
2. Don’t Scratch the Limo!
The mere act of renting a limousine is in itself anything but cheap; with this in mind, try to consider just how much the rental company spent to actually buy the vehicles. These are incredibly expensive automobiles that they bought, and then let you use for a mere fraction of the price. It would be best for you as a passenger to respect this fact, and use the vehicle with respect and care.
3. No one is above the law
The fact that the vehicle is rented does not excuse the passenger from indulging in illegal acts such as underage drinking, drug use, and for some cases, standing through the sunroof (despite what movies show). Breaking these laws could very well land anyone behind bars, regardless of how much they paid for the service. The passenger must also remember that, as a precaution for situations that involve illegal acts, limousine rental companies have formed policies stating that they have the authority to terminate a customer’s ride without a refund.
4. Keep your things to yourself
With any other circumstance, it would be best for you to safeguard your belongings and always keep them near your person. Always take your valuables with you when exiting the limousine, even if you plan to return. Lost personal belongings are not the responsibility of the limousine driver, or the rental service. In fact, they state explicitly that they cannot be held responsible for the loss or theft of any valuables.