Houston Limousine Accident Lawyer

Houston Limousine Accident Lawyer

limousine (/ˈlɪməzn/ or /lɪməˈzn/)[1] is a luxury vehicle driven by a chauffeur with a partition between the driver’s compartment and the passenger’s compartment.

A car with a partition and a greatly lengthened wheelbase is called a “stretch limousine”.

In some countries like USA, Germany, Canada, a “limousine service” is a pre-booked hire car with driver, regardless of the type of vehicle.

The last production limousine, by Cadillac, with forward-facing jump seats was in 1987 (with their Fleetwood Series 75 model), the last Packard in 1954, and the last Lincoln in 1939, though Lincoln has offered limousines through their dealers as special order vehicles at times. Several Lincoln Premier cars were also built, one being owned by Elvis Presley. Vehicles of this type in private use may contain expensive audio players, televisions, video players, and bars, often with refrigerators. The President of the United States has ridden in a variety of types of limousine stretching back to 1899.[11]

In the United States the most popular vehicles for stretch limousines conversion are the Lincoln Town CarCadillac XTSCadillac EscaladeChrysler 300Hummer H2Ford Excursion, and the Lincoln Navigator.

The common belief is that any stretched vehicle is a limo. However, according to the federal United States law, a modified vehicle of over 16 passengers (including the driver) is a bus, not a limo. California law code is more stringent and classifies a modified vehicle of above 10 passengers (including the driver) as a bus. It’s important for common people to know what stretched vehicles are classified as a limousine and which ones are classified as a bus according to the US law. A stretched vehicle that is classified as a bus must pass more stringent federal regulations checked by the Department of Transportation (DOT) inspectors as it can accommodate more people. A person looking to rent a stretched vehicle must check with the limousine service provider if the stretched vehicle that they are offering is classified as a limousine or a bus. Consequently, if a stretched vehicle is classified as a bus, the limousine service provider should provide the proper DOT bus inspection information to the customer. Therefore, many popular stretched vehicles that may carry over 16 passengers (depending on the length of the stretch) like the stretched Hummer H2, Cadillac Escalade, and Lincoln Navigator are classified as a Bus in the United States.[12]

Houston Limousine Accident Lawyer

It is advisable to consult an experienced cause of accident Houston truck accident attorney Reshard Alexander who will help determine liability and the right compensation amount that you should get for your injuries. The insurance company of the at-fault driver may not be willing to pay for damages and we can help you with the negotiation process. Call us today at (713) 766-3322 for a free consultation.

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