FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Frequently Asked Questions
Additional fees are miscellaneous charges such as meals and beverages for large groups.
Sales tax is applied in some states, such as New York, New Jersey and Georgia, as well as in selected cities and most international destinations.
The customer is responsible to ensure personal belongings, cellphone, etc. get in and out of the vehicle (at the time of getting in & at the time of getting out). However, A T Limousine Service will contact the customer and return any items turned in or the customer can call A T Limousine Service and check with our lost & found department.
A surcharge, consisting of a fixed rate or percentage rate charge, shall be added to the base rates to reimburse A T Limousine Service for A T Limousine Service operating costs, other than tolls, parking and airport fees which are separately charged. The operating costs surcharge shall be calculated based upon A T Limousine Service applicable non-discounted published rates of service. A T Limousine Service reserves the right to modify its operating costs surcharge structure based on any increases in fuel and insurance costs, regulatory assessments and other operating expenses upon reasonable written notice to the customer.
The administrative fee represents a very small fraction of numerous operating expenses and regulatory levies imposed by the municipal, state and federal governments, agencies and commissions, including airport, regulatory, licensing and other fees.
At selected airports and certain other locations, chauffeurs are required to pay for parking while waiting at a pickup location or during a stop.
We charge for any toll costs incurred between the pickup and drop-off destinations, as well as for tolls during the chauffeur’s return trip.
Stop charges, which apply only to flat-rate rides, are billed one of two ways:
* Passenger-requested stops that are on the route are charged at $8.25 per five-minute increment.
* Passenger-requested stops that require significant deviation from the route are charged the applicable hourly rate for the complete ride.
Waiting time, which does not apply to airport pickups, is defined as the length of time that elapses between a scheduled pickup and a passenger getting into the reserved vehicle. All flat-rate trips have a five-minute grace period, after which a charge of $8.25 is applied for every five minutes a chauffeur is waiting.
The positioning charge refers to the cost incurred for the vehicle and chauffeur to travel to your pickup location and return from your drop-off point.
* Most time-based rides are subject to a fixed positioning charge, which is based on vehicle type and billed at 1.5 times the hourly rate.
* For time-based routes outside major metropolitan areas or between regions (e.g., Boston to New York City), there is a time-based positioning charge, which is based on actual travel time and billed at the hourly rate.
The base fare refers to the cost of the ride before any discounts or additional charges, such as tolls, parking, etc., are applied.
Time-based billing is used for rides to which a flat rate does not apply. You will be billed for the time the vehicle and chauffeur are available to you. Time-based rates are sometimes referred to as hourly or dedicated rates and are billed in 30-minute increments. These rides are also subject to a positioning charge (see below).
A T Limo offers thousands of flat rates service to and from selected destinations that are available at a set price rather than billed at the hourly rate. The routes covered by flat rates include those most frequently taken by travelers, such as to and from most major cities and airports. These rates are sometimes referred to as fixed or point-to-point rates.
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