There is no summary for this film, which is
apparently a remake of Chase's 1928 silent film Limousine Love, which
is summarized below:
The story is set on the day of Charley's
wedding, and he's already running late. When his chauffeur quits in a huff
Charley is forced to take the wheel himself, in his formal get-up of
tailcoat and top hat, and drive through a remote rural area to the wedding.
Meanwhile, a grouchy guy is in the vicinity, teaching his much-younger wife
to drive. She makes a number of mistakes, their tempers flare, the husband
steps out, and the wife drives away.
Soon afterward, she flips the car over and lands
in a muddy ditch, unhurt but soaked to the skin. There are no houses
around, but she notices a nearby limousine, parked, unoccupied and
apparently abandoned, and decides to hang her clothes on a nearby
clothesline and wait for them to dry while sitting in the back seat of this
car, buck naked. This is the very moment when Charley, who had briefly
stepped away from his car, returns and resumes driving to his wedding,
unaware at first that he has a beautiful nude girl riding in the backseat.
Charley soon becomes aware of his passenger but
the clothesline holding her garments has washed away into a sewer, so
there's no retrieving them. Charley hopes to get help from a
hitch-hiker and picks him up—only
he turns out to be her husband. She hides her face and the husband,
apprised of the situation, chortles and assumes a jovial boys-will-be-boys
bonhomie with Charley, who is now is a rather difficult spot as he
approaches the church.