Anonymous asked in Cars & TransportationCommuting · 2 months ago

Are teenagers allowed to use the “privacy divider” in limos that separates the passengers from the driver?

I know that they’re mainly used for newlyweds for their commute after wedding.  But what if everyone in the limo is in high school?

3 Answers

  • 2 months ago

    DANGER!! If the lemo only has Four doors, two at the front seat available to the driver and two are the very rear of the lemo for the passengers then you WANT the privacy screen open. In case of a fire at the rear where you can not exit the back doors your only way out is over the seat into the front seat and out the two front doors. If the screen is up you do not know how far it opens or if it opens at all. Newer safer lemos have at least one door up at the front of the passenger compartment or a big sun roof that can be opened as another exist.

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  • 2 months ago

    That decision would be up to the driver or the policy of the company. 

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  • JB
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    2 months ago

    I don’t think there is a specific “rule” involved, and the driver would probably just as well prefer it closed, too. However, if parents are involved with arranging the limo they may have say in the matter.

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