April 2016 Issue
APRIL LCT COVER: Complementing the XTS livery sedan, the longer, wider CT6 creates a premium level chauffeured experience.
APRIL LCT: The officers working a checkpoint have a job to do just as does the chauffeur. Working together during an inspection will ease the process so everyone will be quickly on their way.
APRIL LCT: An interactive, online, customizable program helps operators train employees to reach higher standards of chauffeured service.
APRIL LCT: What happens when law enforcement stops the limousine heading to prom? Here’s a guide for consumers and operators alike.
APRIL LCT: Insurers today view perimeter seating, drunk passengers, multiple stops, and the infamous entertainment pole as red flags that cause rate spikes.
APRIL LCT: Diverse ethnic groups have helped redefine the traditions and demands associated with American funeral events.
APRIL LCT: Working with funeral directors makes you part of their team and a significant family history event, and provides profitable work.
APRIL LCT: Driving for The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac or The Rolling Stones means following exact detailed instructions. Learn what to expect and how to deliver flawless service.
APRIL LCT: As Uber and Lyft court endless controversy, Blacklane charts a business model that follows the rules.
APRIL LCT: Wedding weeks mean days of revenue if you snag the right invitation.
APRIL LCT: Operators and wedding planners explain what blissful couples look for in wedding party transportation.
APRIL LCT: Association Presidents from around the world gather at the International LCT Show to compare notes and swap strategies.
APRIL LCT: Four ways to keep your customers happy, seven ways to build better client relationships, and five ways to grow revenue.
APRIL LCT: Blue Star Gas wants you to ditch gasoline and reap the many benefits of conversion.
APRIL LCT: Yelp, TripAdvisor, Google and Facebook can help or hurt your business depending on how you respond to comments.
APRIL LCT: Family-owned, one-stretch All About You Limousines believes that customer service trumps number of vehicles every time.
APRIL LCT Editor's Edge: I'm seeing plenty of ways to overcome setbacks with new strategies.
APRIL Pub Page: Separate facts from emotion in figuring out why business may be flat and how to get it back.