Not all limo companies are the same, here are a few good things to keep in mind.
Don’t let price be your only guide. One of the most common mistakes people make when looking for a limousine (for prom, a wedding, or whatever the occasion) is letting price be the key determinant. Just as in any other industry, there are many different levels of quality and price, and what is very important to know as a passenger, is that in the limousine industry, a bargain deal can often mean a greater risk to you. Here at Daytona Limo, all of our drivers are not only experienced and licensed, but we also perform spot checks with “mystery shoppers” and random drug tests, in order to guarantee the safety of our passengers. Also, we take pride in our fleet and maintaining clean and safe vehicles, which is why they are always serviced regularly, and carry the proper insurance.
Book Early This is especially important if you’re booking for prom, Valentine’s Day, New Year’s Eve, race weeks and other busy dates. Waiting until the eleventh hour means your preferred transportation might be either unavailable, or much more expensive, as prices tend to go up at the last minute. With Daytona Limo, there’s another reason to book early: we offer a 10% book-early discount for special events when booking at least 30 days before your trip!
Ask about insurance and permits One of the worst ways in which limo companies try to cut corners is by trying to save money by not getting permits, or insurance coverage. While this could potentially save them a lot of money, it is an illegal practice and also a very dangerous one. Imagine you rent a limo for a lovely evening with your friends, you get in an accident, and the company doesn’t have insurance to cover your medical costs. Or in the case that you book a limo to take you from the airport, and the driver cannot come inside to greet you. Daytona Limo has more than the required insurance, and is permitted at Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB), Orlando-Sanford International Airport (SFB), Orlando International Airport (MCO), Port Canaveral Cruise Port, and in the cities of Daytona, Sanford and Orlando.