Faqs

Wedding Cars GlasgowQ. Are the wedding cars all chauffeur-driven?
A. Yes, all the wedding cars come with fully trained professional chauffeurs.

Q. Who normally goes in which wedding car at what time?
A. There is no hard and fast answer to this questions as it depends on who is attending and whom you would like to be transported. The Bride and Father of the Bride normally travel together in one wedding car. Should the father of the Bride be unable to attend, then a brother, uncle or close friend may be called upon to give the bride away. The second wedding car normally transports the Bridesmaids and Mother of the Bride with the third wedding car transporting the Grooms parents. After the ceremony, the Bride and Groom travel in the Bridal car; both sets of parents travel in the second wedding car, with the best man , bridesmaids, flower girls, page boys etc in the third wedding car.

Q. Can we view the wedding cars before we book?
A. Yes, you are welcome to view the wedding cars. Please phone to arrange a mutually convenient time, and this will enable us to ensure that the cars you wish to see are available at that time.

Q. Are the chauffeurs uniformed?
A. Yes, all chauffeurs are fully liveried, with dark suit, white shirt, matching tie, and hats.

Q. Do you use a car for more than 1 wedding a day?
A. No, our cars are only booked for one wedding per day.

Q. I only need a wedding car for an hour, can I get a discount?
A. Unfortunately, with the preparation that we have to put into the planning of the transport, cleaning of the vehicle in preparation for your wedding, travelling time to the pickup address, travelling time after dropping off, and then cleaning after the wedding, plus the day is then lost to any other booking, we do not normally discount the price as this could have already involved 3-4 hours work! Our prices are also very competitive with other companies which reduces any margin for discounting.

Q.How do I go about booking my wedding cars?
A.A deposit of £40 is payable per wedding car, with the balance due to be paid 4 weeks before the date of the wedding. Payment can be made in person, by post or over the phone by debit or credit card.

Q.What happens if a wedding is subsequently cancelled or postponed?
A.The deposit represents a commitment by you to take the wedding cars on the day stated, and a commitment by us to make them available. If a wedding is subsequently cancelled, no further sum will become due, but the deposit is non-refundable, since any other enquiries for the wedding cars on that date will have been refused. If a wedding is subsequently postponed, then provided you have given us at least 3 months notice, the full deposit will be held against the cars for the new wedding date – however, the price originally quoted for the cars will be subject to any price increases applied during the period from the original wedding date to the revised date.

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