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Industry Research| June 17, 2011

LCT Summit Pulsates With Powerful Line-Up

The 10th annual executive leadership conference gets more practical than ever with leading national experts.

Regulations| June 17, 2011

GCLA Loads Up For Legal Fight Over Painful Green Rules

Policies on the books would ban 46% of all registered livery vehicles from the San Diego International Airport and fine vehicles not converted to clean-air, alternative fuels. The rules show how extreme environmental regulations could strangle the livery industry.

Operations| June 15, 2011

Transpo Insurance Starts New E-News Q&A For Operators

Operators can get the latest advice and tips on all matters related to insurance from broker and expert Lee Martinez.

People| June 15, 2011

Bay Area Operators Fund College Scholarship Program

Maurice and Rhonda Brewster of Global Mosaic Transportation are looking to donate $1 million over a four-year period.

Technology| June 15, 2011

CA Company Adds Propane Vans To Airport Fleet

Propane autogas is a clean-burning fuel that can save drivers 30% to 40% on operating costs when compared to gasoline vehicles.

Operations| June 15, 2011

Revolutionary Thinking Revs Up Mass. Operator’s Revenue

Tapping into a chauffeur’s hidden talents may generate creative new ways to grow business.

Industry Research| June 10, 2011

Global Business Travel Holds Up

One of the leading indicators for chauffeured transportation activity remains solidly positive this year as business still needs to get done in a challenging recovery.

Regulations| June 10, 2011

Client Who Fell Out of Limo Bus Sues Operator

Who is at fault? The Canadian incident underscores the liability issues involved when a limo bus patron falls out of an emergency door. Does fault lie with the patron? The operator? The manufacturer?

Industry Research| June 10, 2011

Judge Dismisses Claims In Strip Club-Taxi Driver Lawsuit

Claims against several taxi and limousine companies that they were engaging in "pay for deliver" to certain strip clubs were previously dropped.

Industry Research| June 10, 2011

U.S. Business Travel Likely To Surge This Summer

Despite sagging economic indicators, the numbers for business trips look good. But leisure travel will be about the same as summer 2010, Travelclick data suggest.

Technology| June 10, 2011

Exhaust Filter Cuts Harmful Particles And Emissions

The Blade filter is proven to capture heavy particulate matter, reduce carbon emissions released into the air, and improve fuel economy, results that are backed by scientific testing.

Operations| June 10, 2011

Putting Its Money Where The Clock Is

A global chauffeured transportation company in New York and Washington, D.C. follows a no excuses policy on being late: The ride is free.

Operations| June 10, 2011

Florida Operator Lands Upscale Resort Contract

Ken Lucci of the Tampa Bay area's Ambassador Limousine will provide exclusive luxury transportation to a Marriott-owned resort in St. Petersburg.

Vehicles| June 10, 2011

MKS Sedan Passes Big Fleet Test So Far

A leading operator making use of multiple MKS sedans says they have fit well into his fleet mix. Clients don’t resist.

Operations| June 6, 2011

Operator Calls For A Cab Company In Tough Times

Limousine, Charter & Taxi?! Is there such a niche as “chauffeured cab?” D.C.-area operator and NLA board director Robert Alexander set the industry aquiver with his recent launch of a cab division. At least the drivers will be wearing clean golf shirts.

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