Year after year, LCT has polled its readers for insights into the limousine industry
The chauffeured transportation industry faces in 2003, as it has in years past, a variety of daunting challenges. The following are the top 20 issues facing the industry, as determined by LCT and members of its Editorial Advisory Board.
LCT magazine, as part of its 20th anniversary celebration, has assembled a list of valuable tips to help make sure you stay around to keep reading our magazine during the next 20 years.
The sixth edition of Dyke’s Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia, published in 1917, offered a series of questions similar to those found on state chauffeur exams, to help limousine driver's pass their tests.
Walter Irvine is going on his 13th year as a racing instructor at the Skip Barber Racing School in Lakeville, Conn. He has driven numerous types of racecars, from ice-racing vehicles, to open-wheel cars, to formula cars, to showroom stock sedans. In addition to his coaching duties, he is setting up driving and racing schools.
A recent news story in the New York Times’ business section titled “Extra Pampering for Users of Car Services” is just the kind of press our industry needs right now.
History Channel’s Modern Marvels show “Limos” takes a positive spin on the industry with a variety of interesting and entertaining facts and viewpoints.