U.K. Grapples With Limo Fever

LCT Magazine
Posted on June 17, 2008

AMERICAN INVASION: What can be more inspiring than the sight of an American-style limousine in London?

Our British brethren appear to embrace American limousines with enthusiasm, so much so in fact, that 40 percent of stretch limousines on British roadways are considered illegal.

A recent article highlights the industry woes amid encouraging signs that demand for stretch limousines remains strong.

Now the British face the vexing trade-offs that many industry associations contend with across the U.S.: How do you regulate the limousine industry enough to ensure fair competition and safety, but not so much that you stifle businesses and entrepreneurship?

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