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    nice car
    for beter rank on google put thing like bentley-pic.html instead 2
    and on http://www.arriveinabentley.com/2.html put more photo ( i don't like blank space )
    good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Levine View Post
    You don't need a partition just for alcohol. As long as your vehicle is registered as a limo(TCP#'s), your passengers may consume alcohol, even in the front seat(in CA that is).
    Thanks for all the input. Regarding the partition I was told I needed one, I will have to research that more. What do you guys think about a four hour minimum? I am still feeling out the market so I don't have a rate set in concrete yet. Keep the comments coming and thanks again!

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    I would set prices at around $90-100 per hour for 4 hours, then drop the rate for more hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ali View Post
    I would set prices at around $90-100 per hour for 4 hours, then drop the rate for more hours.
    For a Bentley, that seems low.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KBentley View Post
    Thanks for all the input. Regarding the partition I was told I needed one, I will have to research that more. What do you guys think about a four hour minimum? I am still feeling out the market so I don't have a rate set in concrete yet. Keep the comments coming and thanks again!
    I have a specific document I can share with you thay states "all" passengers in a limousine can drink alcohol, but it's in my limo.

    But here is an excerpt from the CA PUC alcohol code:

    (c) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, this section does
    not apply to the driver of any bus, taxicab, or van, and it does not
    prohibit a parent or legal guardian from consuming alcoholic
    beverages in a limousine for hire while accompanied by his or her
    minor children.

    . General Order 157-D is amended by revising Part 2.05 to state:
    "LIMOUSINE". A "limousine" includes any sedan or sport utility vehicle, of either standard or extended length, with a seating capacity of not more than 10 passengers including the driver, used in the transportation of passengers on a prearranged basis within this state. 5371.4 PUC
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    When I say "all" passengers, I'm talking of legal age.
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    car looks good. good luck with your new venture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLVD Limo View Post
    For a Bentley, that seems low.
    $115? Should seem fair.

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    Let me know if you find something like a partition for the car.

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    I wonder why no one has mentioned this but I would not put the year up there unless the car is an antique which you will need ten more years for that.

    Many people might stay away beacuse of the age. I mean which one of us is still running the 1984-1989 body style Lincoln Town Car. I sold my last one in 1997. So leave the year out and just sell it as a Bentley.

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    I would have a rate breakdown like this

    1hr. = $220.00
    2hr. = $280.00
    3hr. = $390.00
    4hr.= $500.00
    5hr. $600.00

    And so on. The longer they rent the lower the price per hr. Good luck !!!
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    With that type of car and the colour, most of your businness will be weddings, I would put a wedding page on the site and '' big up '' the service for weddings such as red carpet leading to the car, ribbons and bows to match the bridal colour scheme etc, I would not tint the windows as others have suggested as brides like to be seen on their wedding day and I'm not sure about the wheels cars like these hire best when they are as close to origional as possible, we have a 76 Rolls in our fleet and 95% of it's jobs are weddings and have formed referal partnerships with other wedding vendors ...
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