Hiring a limo is an exciting moment, and is usually done to help commemorate a special occasion or happy event. Having a limo can be a status symbol, certainly, but there are many other perks of hiring a limo: here are just five of them.
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While teens love making the scene at prom by arriving or leaving in a limo, it can also be good for closing business deals. Entertaining prospective clients in a well-appointed limo can help them warm up to you, seeing that you are confident in your bargaining and that you are willing to pay to put and keep them at ease, even as they enjoy seeing around your city.
Limos are convenient. They are spacious inside – some even come with a large central table for your use – and will be waiting outside the door for you with a quick phone call, even if parking in that area of the city is non-existent. Driving your potential clients around the block for the third time in the vain hope that a parking space will open up can be quite off-putting to a businessman looking for someone with sharply honed business instincts!
Which leads neatly into the next point: your driver. Bergenlimo NJ limo service includes a fully trained driver who knows the city well, and who will drop you off at your destination, returning upon the receipt of a discreet text, ready to whisk you away to the next establishment on your list. Limo drivers have perfect driving licences, and many of them take defensive drivers’ courses, all of which help to ensure your safety on the roads.
Your limo is private. While the driver can sometimes hear what you are saying, they are generally very close-mouthed about their other passengers – word about chatty drivers spoiling business deals get around surprisingly quickly and an indiscreet driver does not last long in the industry. Many limos take your privacy a step further though, with an intercom system connecting the back of the limo and the driver’s section. If you want to speak to the driver, you must press the button to attract his or her attention, and then they must press a button on their side to listen: the same applies in reverse, so even the most curious driver cannot listen in to your conversation, whether you are wedding planning or merging two companies.
The comfort of a limo cannot be overstated. Freshly cleaned and gleaming from the office, the limo smells good, looks and feels clean and the upholstery, broad seats and plentiful (sometimes tinted) windows allow you to stare out at the city without being the center of attention. The seats are slightly larger than those of a normal car, and you will feel as though you are in an expensively decorated boardroom, rather than seated in a car, even as you quietly whiz through the streets and avenues of the city.