Victoria, the scenic capital of British Columbia, poses unique operational challenges.
Los Angeles' record-high volume of domestic and international visitors presents ample opportunities for limo operators.
The coachbuilder has endured and adapted for 30 years no matter what the challenges and changing client markets.
Mobile apps are emerging as the new must-have for the evolving digital marketplace for transportation service.
The last three decades have brought numerous advances to how the limo industry does business.
As charter limousines hit the market in the 1960s, there were no regulations, no affiliate networks and no formal training.
A person need not have any formal training to take on a new role in the company as long as you choose the right person with the right skill set in the job.
The top trade association for the Tampa Bay region works closely with local government on rules changes, permitting and approved chauffeured vehicles.
Cheers to the magazine and the association that have led and improved the limousine industry for three decades.
FEBRUARY LCT EDITOR'S COLUMN: There's a lot more to the number 30 when it comes to covering the limousine industry.