Three Questions to Ask Transportation Providers

Professional transportation holds numerous benefits for a Chicago wedding. Especially when you have a reputable company along for the ride! Could you imagine having to drive yourself around on your wedding day? Having a Limo Bus Chicago allows you to relax and unwind between destinations. Plus, it’s the best way to organize those transitions easily with your wedding party in tow. If you have a lot of out of town guests, providing a shuttle option is a good way to offer hospitality. Here are three questions you can ask transportation vendors to ensure you get the best provider!


Do you have experience with my venue?

This is a great question to ask because an inexperienced chauffeur has the potential to make you late. Imagine the driver is circling the venue because they aren’t familiar with the pick up and drop off points, or where they’re able to park. You can see how this can easily delay other vendors and upset your guests. The same goes for your picture destinations if you’re planning on traveling somewhere other than your venue to take them.

Are we able to view the vehicle beforehand?

We consider this to be the most important question you can ask! If you’ve ever heard horror stories about unsanitary vehicles showing up to a wedding or mechanical failures, you know it can be intimidating to choose a limo or party bus company. When you view the vehicle in person, you know what will show up! It’s a good time to talk to the company and get a feel for the type of customer service that they provide.

Can I view a sample contract?

The contract holds all of the important details! If you aren’t knowledgeable about what is in it, a company can easily take advantage of you with excessive damage charges and things of that nature. Nobody wants to be met with surprise charges on their wedding day. Especially when they’re things like tip, fuel, and mileage costs that should have been explained to you before booking. This is why it’s important to review all of the terms in the contract before signing or putting any money down.

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