Prom Crunch?

LCT Magazine
Posted on February 27, 2009

Prom is Getting Closer, Don't be Left Out

Prom season is getting closer and the truth is, there are fewer limousines available this year than in previous years. Some operators have gone out of business while others have reduced their fleet sizes.
The economy is having a severe impact our industry and we don't want people to be caught off guard.Kids should be tallking to one another to see who will be going together as this is generally a shared expense. Whether it is a sedan for two, a limousine for six, or a limousine coach for 28, there will not enough vehicles out there to cover demand.

Whoever you choose to deal with, be educated. Limousine companies are regulated by the California Public Utilities Commission. You can check the current status of every company on the CPUC web site. For more information about Prom and the questions you should be asking, please visit the Prom section of our web site.

We want your children to have a great time, but safety is our first concern. We take a number of precautions to make sure that proper decorum is observed and any infractions of the signed contract will result in termination of the ride. If you would like to view the vehicles before booking, please don't hesitate to call and schedule a visit to our office. Whatever you decide to do, don't wait until it's too late.


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