May 1986 Issue

Executive Coach Builders: A Standard in the Industry

LCT Staff

Specifically developing their product line for the high-end limousine market gives Executive Coach Builders the opportunity to concentrate their efforts exclusively on producing a luxurious high-quality limousine line.

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Operations| May 1, 1986

Cab Catching

Statewide Limousine Service has petitioned the City Council of Detroit to develop a limousine standing zone for licensed limousine operators only. This will allow the Detroit Police Department to enforce the city ordinance regarding “bond plates.”

Product Profile- Etak Navigator
Technology| May 1, 1986

Product Profile- Etak Navigator

No matter how well a chauffeur knows an area and checks directions before a run, situations can always arise which cause directional plans to go astray. Now, instead of using a map book to solve such problems, chauffeurs have a futuristic alternative...the Etak Navigator.

Regulations| May 1, 1986

Illegal Limousines: Disregard For Laws Gives Gypsies Unfair Advantage

If costly new requirements are not effectively enforced, however, gypsy operators, can simply ignore them and enjoy an unfair competitive advantage.

A Conversation with Limousine Veteran Ed McMahon
People| May 1, 1986

A Conversation with Limousine Veteran Ed McMahon

Thirty years ago, when Ed McMahon was in New York launching his career as an announcer, he found a limousine to be an efficient way of going to jobs and auditions. In an era when limousines were seen much less frequently, McMahon bought a Cadillac sedan and hired a driver.

A visit with Executive Director Cyndy Littlefield on the NLA’s First Anniversary
Regulations| May 1, 1986

A visit with Executive Director Cyndy Littlefield on the NLA’s First Anniversary

In an interview with Limousine & Chauffeur, Littlefield outlined some of the accomplishments of the NLA during its first year and described the challenges lying ahead for the association in the coming year.

The World’s Largest Limousine Service: A conversation with Don Dailey of Carey Int'l.
People| May 1, 1986

The World’s Largest Limousine Service: A conversation with Don Dailey of Carey Int'l.

Don Dailey, President of Carey International, guided the company in its growth from a network of just a dozen licensees when he joined in 1969. Dailey recently spoke with Limousine & Chauffeur about some of the things that make Carey unique in the livery industry.


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