When you hear the name Rolls-Royce, an expectation of luxury unconsciously comes with it. This is due to the company having supplied exactly this over the years. If you're on the school run, driving to work, maybe your train goes past a main road or you spy a Rolls-Royce alongside your more functional car, you automatically envy the owner being able to afford it, whether you want one or not. But what is it about Rolls-Royce that makes them so unattainable? Possibly the mere presence of them is enough to answer that question. They are so unique to other cars now. Once upon a time they might have blended in more, but not today
Because they are so unique and the older models so wonderfully and luxuriously old fashioned, many people want to use them for special occasions, myself included. It might be your daughters' prom night, and she wants to arrive in style without going for the obvious choice of a limo Autel Diaglink, or you want to give your parents a stylish ride to their anniversary. Maybe you just fancy being seen in the driving seat or the back seat of one. A friend of mine recently rented one, driver included, for his girlfriend's birthday just because she's always wanted to feel like Lady Penelope of Thunderbirds fame. Admittedly it wasn't pink; the pink Rolls-Royce is better associated with weddings nowadays and is therefore extremely expensive even to hire for just 3 hours, but it was an extremely rare late Rolls-Royce Phantom VI, proving that age isn't an issue with Rolls Royce so long as they are properly looked after.
The normal function of a rented Rolls-Royce though is for weddings autel maxisys ms906, with many companies who hire them out for such occasions calling them the finest available. A unique choice for example is a vintage 1930s Phantom III, which might be a more romantic choice, although it is a domineering and noticeable structure. It's therefore not for a shy bride. But if you prefer a modern ride to your occasion, one of the modern Phantoms's such as the Drophead might be more to your tastes. On average you're more likely to see a classic Rolls-Royce than a modern one for an occasion such as a wedding.
The pricing for renting a Rolls-Royce varies across the internet dependent on how many hours you want it for and where you are. The price is different outside of London than in the city for example. On average a Chauffeur driven Rolls-Royce will cost £450 if you only want it for 3 hours (to the wedding and back). If you want a Rolls-Royce for the day (8 hours) the cost will be around £1200.00; a small price in comparison to how much it costs to actually buy one. And other wedding cars cost roughly the same.
No one disputes the Rolls-Royce as the choice rent for special occasions, being the highest quality romantic looking cars available, and I don't think they ever would.
Pete J Ridgard is a writer and a car enthusiast. He currently writes for the automotive industry. Here he discusses Used Rolls Royce cars.