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Vehicles| November 17, 2011

Luxury Lexus Drives Business For California Operator

Joe Magnano of CLI Worldwide Transportation says clients enjoy the quiet, luxurious ride.

Operations| November 17, 2011

Operator’s ‘American Idol’ Job Fair Proves Eye Opening

Dennis Adams of Celebrity Worldwide found some new employees, but from a smaller pool than expected.

Operations| November 17, 2011

Dynasty Limousine Reports 3Q Results, Forward Split In Shares

The three-time LCT Operator Of The Year finalist is the only publicly traded limousine company now in the U.S.

Vehicles| November 17, 2011

Cadillac XTS Unveiling Packs A Powerful Preview Of Limo Sedan

L.A. AUTO SHOW: The livery version of the XTS sedan debuts in just three months and could enliven the industry marketplace.

People| November 17, 2011

CLS Las Vegas Loses Major Airport Contract

CEO Charlie Horky vows to fight a decision by the Clark County Commission.  He says 250 chauffeured service jobs are at stake.

Operations| November 16, 2011

James River Nets Virginia Airport Service Contract

The chauffeured and charter bus transportation company provides exclusive service for clients at four military bases as well.

Regulations| November 16, 2011

Controversial Limo Bus Ordinance Voted Down

Michigan operator Bob Beutel was among operators opposing a rule about a growing problem: Who's responsible for bad bus behavior?

Vehicles| November 14, 2011

Today’s Drivers Change Cars The Same Way They Change Cell Phones

More people are escaping their lease because they crave newer tech features and upgrades more frequently.

Vehicles| November 14, 2011

Rolls-Royce Ventures Into Unchartered Territory

For the first time in its 107-year history, the British luxury carmaker will open dealerships in South America.

Industry Research| November 14, 2011

Fleet Financing Resources Reports Q3 Earnings

The commercial vehicle industry lender reports a 12% revenue increase compared to 2010.

Operations| November 14, 2011

Ownersite Technologies’ Top Three Winter Tips For Fleets

Non-routine maintenance checks keep your fleets reliable and running well in winter weather.

Operations| November 11, 2011

Wisconsin Operation Introduces New Identity And Green Fleet

The addition of propane autogas vans and the installation of a propane refueling station have helped reduce operating costs.

Regulations| November 11, 2011

Phoenix Delays Decision On New Airport Fees

A proposal would double the amount already paid by limo operators and give a competitive edge to city vehicles, which are exempt.

Regulations| November 11, 2011

NY, NJ Industry Groups Gel To Provide Strength in Numbers

With the help of law firm Windels Marx and partner Matt Daus, operators in the busiest region will pursue common interests.

Regulations| November 11, 2011

NY Operators To Pursue Sales Tax Repeal

In a heavily Democratic state, the industry has a tough road ahead in getting tax justice. But if it can happen in New Jersey. . .

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