When NOT to Get into a DC Limo

When NOT to Get into a DC Limo

I know you want to ride in a DC limo. Everybody does. And you can have this elite experience . . . assuming you hire a DC limo service with a proper chauffeur like me to take you around. Or assuming you’re a guest of someone who hires said limo service. But you can’t just go climbing into any DC limo pulled up along the sidewalk. That’s bad manners. Here’s a short list of who I will allow in my limo: • The person who pays for my limo service • The people they tell me will be riding That’s pretty much it. So if you pay, or if you’re on the list from the day you’re booked, or if you show up the day of the ride and the person who paid says, “She’s with us,” then you can get in my limo. Here’s who I will not allow in my limo: • People wandering out of the airport with barely concealed smirks who spot my limo and ask me, “Who are you here for?” If I answer, “Mr. Smith.” The smirker says, “OH, that’s me!” Slick move, Mr. Not-Smith. Go away. • People wandering out of clubs with stupid grins on their faces, nudging each other and saying, “Oh great, our ride’s here! Let’s go Jeeves!” Not as slick as the airport guy. Go away. • A guest at your wedding, who may or may not actually be your friend, and who may or may not actually be drunk, as they tell me, “I’ll just sit in the limo for awhile, I’m with the wedding party.” No,...