What To Do if You Leave Something in Your Chauffeur’s Limo

What To Do if You Leave Something in Your Chauffeur’s Limo

If you leave something in your limo, the chauffeur has your back. Don’t panic. Once upon a time (okay, it was April), a friend and fellow DC limo chauffeur—we’ll call him “Bradford”—drove for a wedding party. After the big day, Bradford cleaned out the limo and checked for forgotten items. He didn’t find anything. Until a few days later. A delicate necklace had fallen between the seats in the limo. Bradford had chauffeured several clients in the past few days, and there was no telling who the necklace belonged to. How long had it even been there? Bradford is not a psychic. But Bradford is dedicated. He called every client he had driven around DC in that limo, starting with the guy he’d just dropped off at the airport. The necklace turned out to be the bride’s. It was a gift from her grandmother. In the hustle-bustle of her Big Day, she hadn’t even realized it was gone. Bradford mailed her the necklace and saved her from a potentially lifelong case of granny guilt. We DC limo service chauffeurs are all about service. Okay, I should amend that statement. Not all limo chauffeurs are as dedicated to service as Bradford and me. The code is more like guidelines If he’s following best practices, a limo chauffeur will sweep through the car after every client. So if you’ve left Your Precious behind, he’ll hopefully come across it and contact you. But some limo chauffeur companies—and I’m not naming names—consider the code of best practices to be more like guidelines, and ignore them altogether. If they don’t HAVE to contact you...