When you deal with ride share services or inexperienced taxi and car service companies, you risk dealing with amateurs. Often times, you will get in the car with someone whose starting out on their first day. Armed (hopefully) with a GPS, your flight or meeting is now in the hands of a rookie. One incorrect turn could cost you a fortune in flight changes or worse, a big business deal gone sour.
Stop dealing with amateurs to save money. In the long run, as they say, you get what you pay for.
You don't make it thirty years transporting the worlds movers and shakers without learning a thing or two. We've developed a comprehensive on going training program that focuses on teaching prospective chauffeurs practical concepts like safe driving techniques and proper chauffeur etiquette. Additionally, our in house training supervisor, Michael O' Connor, trains new recruits on local airport pick up routines and the in's and out's of our local service area to insure newcomers never get in the car without knowing the fine details of the job.
Our highest rated chauffeur, Mr. Mike O'Connor, does double duty as our new recruit trainer. As many of our clients can attest, Mike is simply in a league of his own when it comes to professionalism. So when the time came to create a formal chauffeur training program, the answer was obvious when we needed to find someone to lead it.
What's The Point?
We place so much emphasis on the perfection of our craft because it is our means to survive. In a world where ride-share technology has made everyone a driver, we knew our best chance to survive and stand alone from the pack was to focus on every detail of your trip, especially the people making sure the ride itself goes off without a hitch. Admittedly, our services won't be for everyone. There's still a place in the world for basement bargain priced rides. Our service is for those who simply cannot risk not making it to their destination.