I am going to depart from the normal type of safety message that I provide you each week. Make sure that you always do a complete post-trip clean up. Make sure you check every nook and cranny, every ice well, every bucket, ashtray etc. for items left behind in these places that might be offensive to your next guest.
A client recently found an item in the back of a limo that was a disgusting find for sure. I will let you draw your own conclusions as to what this used item was. We all know that occasionally couples get amorous in the back of a limo and we need to expect that.
Use latex gloves for your protection when cleaning the cars. Whether it is a wad of chewed up gum, a wrapper or something more offensive, it needs to be removed from the vehicle by us and not a client.
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Your fleet vehicle electrical systems depend on optimally running alternators. When an alternator fails, you'll be left on the side of the road.
A dangerous five-point U-turn, lack of local knowledge, and requests for directions ruined an evening limo run.