MAY LCT: Keeping a hand in politics helps maintain a business-friendly attitude from government officials who make laws affecting operations.
MAY LCT: The company has grown with CEO Alexander Adamo earning new business in the lucrative Silicon Valley/San Francisco Bay Area.
APRIL LCT: With Latino Americans approaching one fifth of the overall population, operators can tap a vast consumer segment steeped in tradition.
APRIL LCT: Offering 19 vehicle brands through 14 dealerships, the company stocks the models operators want.
APRIL LCT: With about 90% of transportation industry transactions paid by credit card, every operator should be devoted to fraud prevention.
APRIL LCT: The small fleet operation has become one of the premiere service providers for chauffeured vehicles in the booming Boise, Idaho area.
MARCH LCT: These terms may sound very much alike and be used interchangeably, but each carries specific approaches to bring more business.
FEB LCT: How-To: Scheduling chauffeurs and drivers is a balance of conforming to transportation and labor laws while meeting client requests.
FEB LCT: A young husband-and-wife team’s one-stretch operation succeeds in the Richmond, Va., area.
When stationed in Iraq, Army Sgt. Zachary Morgan found himself driving around the top brass.
JAN LCT: Bassett Limousine has grown its customer base with its nine-car fleet and now looks to broaden services to a larger network.
A 1949 Cadillac bought off Craig’s List garnered the new company some local attention just in time for the holiday light tour season.
DEC LCT: Payment disputes among affiliates can arouse some of the worst industry furies.
DEC LCT: Eileen Pickus of People Express Worldwide whips up a winning combo plate as a chef and CEO of a 10-vehicle limo operation.
NOV LCT: 100,000 crashes per year attributed to driver fatigue. 1,500+ people die annually from fatigue-related accidents and another 71,000 injured.