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  • Minimum charge three hours

  • Minimum charges two hours for wedding and as directed booking
  • Recommended Chauffeur's gratuity: 10%
  • 25% surcharge on public holidays. 50% surcharge for Christmas and New Years Day
  • Excess over time and mileage limitations calculated at basic rate
  • Special rates for extended hires
  • 24 hour service, 7 days a week, 365 days a year
  • Late bookings accepted
  • Calls via cellular car phone charged at 1/minute local, 2/minute national, 3/minute international +VAT
  • All parking and entrance are chargeable at cost
  • All hiring starts when the car leaves the garage, and finishes when the car returns to the garage; except where subject to affixed charge e.g. airport transfer/specific quotations
  • The company accepts no responsibilities for any delays however caused. Neither can responsibility be accepted for any loss or damage to any property or luggage carried in the car however such loss or damage is caused
  • Any damage caused to the interior/exterior of any of our vehicles will incur costs payable by the client.
  • With the exception being Guide dogs only, if any damage or lose to vehicle will be covered by the passenger.
  • Please note, 10% surcharge is applicable on credit cards or cheque payments by client.
  • All tariffs are subject to change with prior notice of two weeks to the client.
  • Both parties reserve the right to terminate the contract with a prior notice of two weeks. (In case of corporate / private accounts only)
  • The company reserves the right to invoice the client with a 50% charge unless cancellation has been received two hours prior to the dispatch of the car.

  • When the hirer desires to travel in a particular place, the driver will, unless specifically otherwise instructed by the Company, travel by a route which is in his/her opinion, the best and most convenient route for motoring, whether the route is the shortest or not, and no allowance will be made to the hirer on the ground that the route adopted is not actually more expensive