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  1. Yea I know, its really hard to keep our cars in top shape.Our Canadian Winters will give any car a beating.Let alone a Limo, seeing salt roads.It must be even harder for you with a big fleet.Thanks though for the support, appreciate it.Happy new year....Im, just thinking of my soon to be drunk clients tomorrow...And you have a party bus !!! I can only imagine.
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    Ouch, you have to get thick skin on this forum. Some of the members will go after anything to make a post. My time on this forum, and it is longer than my join date stats ( i changed names to my company ), has shown me that New Yorkers seem to have the most to say. Bare with those few for the rest of us who live in the real world.
    Happy New Year
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    little bit further each time.
    Merry Christmas and the season best.
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    When my limos are at capacity, each seat will cost my client @10.90. So the choice of limo is based more on occupancy then price. The maintenance on the bus is proportional to a ltthe use it gets. I also levy a fuel surcharge on all my limos. Right now it is at 17%.
    The need whether real or perceived has to be there. Your clients must believe that this is the way to be seen, that it will make there day even more special then without it. They have to be treated and feel like they are the most important people at that time.
    Some times getting that new line on business is you stepping out of your comfort zone. We all know where our comforts lie, it is going just a
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    You can contact me at .
    The weddings and grads is great if there is enough of it to keep you busy. My thoughts are, your need to do 4 to 5 a week to be able to make a living. So we need to find something to keep the limos moving the rest of the week.
    The one thing I have done is to price all my vehicles the same per person.
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    Sorry for taking so long to get back to you, christmas and busy. The process is not that much different than up here. One of the first things, a must, is to be sure the limousine is allowed into Canada. You can go to this site,, and it will list the limousine builders that are allowed for import into Canada. The US also has 'title' documents that must go with the purchase/sale of the limousine. You will need this at the border crossing. You must send it to the border crossing you will be passing thru 48 hours prior to you being there. Then its just a matter of paying import tax and GST and you are homeward bound. It's not horrible by any means. Besides, it makes for a nice drive thru some diverse country.
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Want to exceed in business... D.O.B is not correct born in '90
exotic and modified cars (done right)... sports
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