The general aviation business has been a gold mine for chauffeured transportation. How will these two vital travel segments fare in 2009?
Learn how to survive in a bad economy. See how operators nationwide plan to maintain profits despite sagging sales. We provide tips and advice for staying financially healthy.
Providing chauffeured rides to corporations won’t disappear, but getting the business requires more work to be done
With five years of experience in the limousine industry as a chauffeur, reservationist, and dispatcher, Michael Karapetyan jumped at an opportunity to solve one of the problems of the industry and to be his own boss — he started his own call center, Limo Call Service Solutions.
Operator Econation focuses on growing and remaining profitable in a tough economic climate. The company eventually wants to expand its market identity around the world and "be considered the first global green car service provider.”
Your state's rule regarding percentage of fault in an accident makes all the difference in collecting for damages. Learn the three primary types of negligence.
You’ve wrecked the limo! Now what? Read these eight tips for keeping your cool and making the right decisions during a stressful moment.
The right of subrogation allows the insurance company to pay its policyholder and then pursue the responsible party for the payments made.
Learning about subrogation can be about as exciting as reading the IRS code. But being smart about the topic can protect your business. The loss of one vehicle due to an accident where you are not at fault can temporarily impede your cash flow and inconvenience clients.