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Choosing your perfect wedding car

Every bride wants to travel in style on their special day so why look for a specialist company who offer a wide range of wedding transport. You could choose anything from vintage Rolls Royce’s, Bentley’s, state of the art Jaguar’s or a stylish Daimler.

If you’re getting married in the summer season why not let your hair down in a classic Rolls Royce light blue Corniche with cream interior and plenty of room. Also, this open top car gives a clear view of the bride on her big day. Or how about making a statement by arriving in a red Cadillac, this car is perfect for the wedding summer season and will defiantly turn a few heads through town! Why not arrive in style and create a glamorous impression in an elegant Rolls Royce Silver Wraith? This car is a classic and a firm favourite with its comfortable seats and easy access for the wedding dress and train.

If you’re having a beach themed wedding or getting married on the beach, it would be a quirky twist to hire a VW Campervan which is an alternative choice from the classic cars and creates a relaxed feel on the day. Don’t forget the guests! Arrange them to travel in a Route master bus which creates an excited atmosphere for the rest of the day and helps the guests feel stress free from not reading directions. Don’t forget the groom either; hire a dodge viper so the groom can arrive at the venue feeling like a race car driver.

London Legend Wedding Cars are a great example of a wedding transport company as they provide an exceptional service and have supplied wedding transport for celebrations from small private parties to amazing society functions.

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An end to Vintage cars?

Vintage carWith a vintage revival across the wedding industry it is sad that vintage wedding car businesses are now under threat from the Law Commission who are considering removing the existing exemption for wedding and funeral cars for their new private hire regulations.

The new regulations will require vintage car owners and drivers to jump through a number of (expensive) hoops including local authority licensing, special driving tests, medical tests and CRB checks, and while it will increase safety it will also force the smaller operators off the road.

Good luck to all those campaigning, including David Jones of The Vintage and Classic Car Company. Let’s hope a degree of common sense can be employed before this consultation becomes law.


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