When you plan your special event, whether prom, birthday, vacation, a big business trip, or some other event, you need to take your comfort into consideration. That means choosing a vehicle the right size for your needs and the number of people traveling with you.
Most limo services provide you with a variety of vehicles from which to choose. These vehicles vary not only in design and purpose but in the number of individuals they can comfortably accommodate.
Vehicles Sizes and Comfort
Small to Mid-sized sedan: Unless you want someone to need to ride in the front seat with the driver, this vehicle size accommodates two to three individuals in its back seat.
Full size sedan: This vehicle may accompany up to four individuals in its back seat, but one needs to be pretty small.
Stretch limousine: You can typically seat five to six adults in the rear seats of this type of vehicle. The two rear seats face one another to make conversation simple. If you need to hold a small pre-meeting before another meeting, a stretch limo lets you do this.
Compact SUV: Choose a compact sports utility vehicle when you need cargo space to tote merchandise, a wheelchair, or lots of luggage. The rear seats typically accommodate four or five people.
Mid-sized SUV: When you need extra cargo space and you have four to five adults traveling with you.
Full size SUV: This choice provides the largest cargo space plus three rear seats for individuals. You can ride with up to five to seven individuals in this size vehicle.
Van: Many Denver Limo Service companies offer airport service in a van. These accommodate up to seven people and their luggage. Sometimes, you may have to allow the driver to store your luggage on a luggage rack so they can house all of the bags.
Party Bus: If the Venga bus is calling you, answer it with a travel bus. These comfort liners typically transport between 16 to 24 individuals, sometimes more.
Thoughts on Vehicle Size
You might wonder about why the seating accommodations number fewer than the SUV or sedan you might own. Many SUVs on the market seat eight to nine individuals. That includes the front seat though. Unless you plan to make at least two individuals ride upfront and you plan to keep the divider between the driver and the rear riders lowered, you will not be able to hold your meeting in the vehicle. You lose the number of individuals who could sit in the front seat because you likely need privacy for the meeting or the date.