Supplying Champagne is it illegal?

  The NAWCP is aware that Wedding Car clients are often offered a glass of wine or champagne at no extra cost, i.e. as a complimentary offer, to celebrate the occasion while in the wedding car.Whilst it is understood that this is a well-intentioned offer and indeed, a traditional part of the wedding day, it is also against the l...

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More Vexed Questions for our Wedding Car Industry

The carriage of minors and disabled persons in wedding cars Q. Can minors be carried without seat belts in my pre 1965 wedding car (if no approved seat belts are fitted)? A. Yes. Provided that no minor under the age of thirteen is carried in the front seat of the car and no child under the age of three is carried anywhere in the car. If you do ...

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If wedding cars do proms what are the problems?

As promised we have taken considerable time to answer the vexed question which so many of you have asked in relation to school proms, parties and any other function you could use your wedding cars for. So here goes with what we hope is the definitive answer. If I do Proms, Anniversaries or any other work in my unlicensed Wedding Car what are the p...

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An Interesting Fact, a Tricky Question and a Warning

Interesting fact. Quite a lot of the private hire and taxi industry do not seem to like the wedding car industry. Of those responding to the recent Law Commission proposals through their trade body, the National Private Hire Association, 70.55% wanted wedding cars to become fully licensed as private hire cars. Also 60% wanted funeral cars to becom...

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