Wedding Car Specialists
Telephone: 01299 825620
Mobile: 07837 960 548
Email: arrivecars@hotmail.co.uk

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FAQ's

Do the cars carry umbrellas?

Yes.  All the cars carry a large white umbrella, just in case!

Do the cars all have roofs?

Yes and are all fully weatherproof.  The Beauford’s always arrive at the collection address with the roof up.  Lowering of the roof is arranged depending on weather conditions, distance of journey etc.

Do the cars attend other weddings on the same day?

No.  Our cars only attend one wedding, per car, per day. They are fully valeted for every wedding both inside and out, so you can be assured they are as pristine as possible.

Do you own all of the wedding vehicles on this website?

Yes we do. All of the wedding vehicles are owned by us outright. None have hire purchase or leasing agreements. We are not an Agency or Broker.  All are covered by specialist wedding insurance.

Can we view the wedding cars before we book?

Yes you can. We run viewings by appointment at our showroom in Stourport On Severn.

How many wedding cars will I need?

Probably two. One vehicle for the mother of the bride, bridesmaids/pageboys and one for the bride and her escort. The main bridal car should be special to the bride (and later the bride and groom.) We do not generally recommend using the main bridal car for additional trips. Any problems en-route will cause stress to the bride who will be waiting for the car to return, as well as delaying proceedings.

Can the bridal car take the bridesmaids first then come back for the bride?

Yes, if requested but not recommended. Each journey must not exceed 10 minutes each way. There is a small fee for this service. Any delays during the first journey will have a knock-on effect for the second trip.

Will the wedding car have ribbons on?

Yes. All vehicles are dressed with ribbons and bows to your colour choice.

Do you provide vehicles for school proms?

No. This service requires an Operators License, a Vehicle License and a Drivers License to comply with the Road Safety Act 2006. Anyone offering any vehicle to carry passengers unlicensed is uninsured and risks prosecution, impoundment of the vehicle or crushing of.