The Skills of Limo Chauffeurs Must Be Polite and An Excellent Driver
Limousine chauffeurs undergo intensive training in the limousines they will be driving and general defensive and preventative driving techniques. This ensures they are not only able to provide a smooth ride for passengers, they are also more able to avoid situations on the road which can lead to accidents.
However, there are times, as with any sort of road accident, where the best driver in the world would not have been able to avoid a collision. Unfortunately it is the fact that chauffeurs are supposed to be highly skilled and trained, and the fact that they are driving limousines which are typically harder to control on the roads, which makes any accident involving a limousine headline news.
Limousines are hard to miss on the road an often limousine accidents involve drivers in the other car who were DUI, or careless drivers of larger vehicles such as trucks who simply can't see any vehicles, even oversized limousines. However, limousine accidents can often have even more devastating consequences when passengers fail to wear their seatbelts.
While the seatbelt rules are different in every country and every county, for your own safety they should be worn even when riding in a limousine. Just because you are wearing your best dress or don't want' to crumple your suit is no reason to ignore your safety. It is probably even more reason to buckle up because while you may feel like you are in an exclusive club you're in a moving vehicle, with a lot more other people than you would find in an ordinary car, and with a lot less to brace you in case of a crash.
So while you can't control the actions of other drivers on the road who disregard the impact their careless action can have on others, when you ride in a limousine, it may feel like you have been transported to another wonderful, safe world, but you are still in a car on the road so keep yourself and your fellow passengers safe.