The main outlay to setting up a chauffeur business is either purchasing or leasing the vehicle, normally there will be an age limit on the vehicle. Vehicle and business insurance, local authority licencing and vehicle maintenance. Most authorities insist on two MOT'S every year.
It is important to keep records of all of your bookings and be transparent in everything you do related to your chauffeur business.
If you become a chauffeur you will probably be working unsociable hours. Your clients will most likely be business and private clients and some hi- profile clients. Airport transfers, social events, business meetings and celebrations are typical chauffeur jobs you will encounter.
As a chauffeur you will need to be smart, professional, reliable and discreet. Grey or black Suit, white shirt and an appropriate tie with polished black shoes are standard requirements.
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