How old are your vehicles?
The majority of our executive car fleet is 3 years old or less. Our limousines are all the later Millennium models, many are less than a year old and available in a variety of colours. If you would like more information, then visit your local Cars for Stars website, you can locate this by clicking here: Other Cars for Stars Offices
How are your vehicles equipped?
Executive cars are fitted with mobile phones, satellite navigation and air conditioning. Some also have a TV and DVD player installed. Our limousines come complete with TV, DVD or Video Player, Music System controlled from the rear, air conditioning, bar, mood lights and privacy screens
What type of insurance cover do you have?
All of our vehicles are covered for private hire in addition to which we also have public liability cover. The level of insurance varies by region, but if you are concerned, please feel free to ask for more information before you book.
Do you offer a 'meet & greet' service at airports?
Yes we do. Our chauffeur will park the vehicle and them proceed to the arrivals hall where he will make himself known with a Cars for Stars sign. Once he has introduced himself he will then assist with the luggage.
How many passengers can you carry in your limousine?
Contrary to what you have probably been told, the maximum number of passengers that can legally be carried in a limousine is 8, therefore we conform to this rule. The regulations on seating capacity relate to the fact that any vehicle that is capable of carrying more than 8 passengers requires a certificate of initial fitness (COIF), currently a very limited number of limousines meet the requirements of the COIF. Some limousine operators consistently flout this law, but the Police and VoSA are now actively enforcing the seating rules and may impound the vehicle, therefore it is quite possible that a great night out may come to an unexpected halt. It is often worth remembering that larger limousines are not normally cheaper, because they are often 2 or 3 times more expensive than a standard limousine, so the cost per head is roughly the same.