Stretch Limos Pushing British Patience

LCT Magazine
Posted on December 10, 2008
RIGHT!: Stretch limousines have been controversial in England as they've entered the market in recent years. Operators had been transporting in sedans for years until young people became obsessed with stretches and caused problems on narrow United Kingdom roads. A Welsh mother just got into trouble for trying to kick a mirror off a limo; it's not clear whether she doesn't like limos or was too plastered to do anything else. The deal is, there's no good news on stretches in the UK.

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