Your wedding day will probably be the busiest of your life. Which makes the latest addition to the Great Escape Classic Car Hire fleet rather handy. If needed it can whisk bride and father to be to church about as fast as any car can, thanks to a 0-60 time of 5.3 seconds and top speed of over 150 mph. But of course, only if it’s needed. Our new Daimler is really about more sedate pursuits, about luxury and relaxation on your way to the church or registry office. It may have a supercharged engine but its main task is creating a calming and cossetting environment for bride and father of the bride. Because this car is a limousine in the true sense of the word. The extended wheelbase means you can stretch out in the back in the individual heated leather seats while the driver whisks you along in virtual silence.
The latest addition to the Great Escape Classic Car Hire fleet is a Daimler Super V8 finished in dark blue metallic with an oatmeal leather interior. The car is available to hire for weddings on a self drive basis only – we no longer offer a chauffeur option due to the proposed changes to legislation covering chauffeur driven cars. The self drive option is proving very popular with couples because it is cheaper and more flexible than chauffeur driven hire. Great Escape also offers various extra services for wedding couples to help them easily fit self drive hire into their busy wedding day plans. These services include a special 1.5 day hire package, whereby they can collect the car on the day before the hire and return it on the day after without having to pay the full 48 hr price, and a delivery and collection service. Couples can also add a second driver to the package for £25 who can delivery or collect the car on their behalf.
The new Daimler Super V8 limousine can be hired from Great Escape’s Northamptonshire site and can be combined with any of our groom cars to create a complete wedding package. To find out more about the new Daimler Super V8 for self drive wedding car hire call 01527 893733 or visit http://www.greatescapecars.co.uk.