CA Limo Operator In Prom Service Dispute Has A Criminal Past

Posted on July 9, 2013

ROSEVILLE, CA — A group of high-school seniors booked a party bus for their prom but days before their big night, the limo company told them not everyone would fit in the bus.

They say Starlite Limousine had them sign a contract but later changed the terms. But the person they say took their money has a troubled past and is wanted.

CBS Sacramento, Channel 13 story and video here.

Related Topics: California operators, customer service, party buses, proms

Comments ( 3 )
  • William Devine

     | about 6 years ago

    With the numerous background checks both state and federal, how was this guy allowed to operate a transportation company? What commercial insurance company would insure this guy? I understand the public is looking for the cheapest price and rarely checks to see if the company is legitimate and has the proper credentials. To operate a transportation company today is very expensive, and the profit margins are very thin. You get what you pay for.

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