What If Top Chauffeur Leaves And Takes Clients?

LCT Magazine
Posted on April 7, 2009
HONORABLE LIVERY? A chauffeur quits and goes to one of your competitors. You notice that a big account you had no longer calls. You see the chauffeur in the airport with the client. What do you do? Additionally, what do you do when a chauffeur shows up at your door and tells you that he has a book of business? Do you take it? What’s good for the goose is good for the gander? Or is it honor among thieves? Are there ethics in this industry?
Comments ( 5 )
  • See all comments
  • Paul John Trujillo

     | about 9 years ago

    As a Top Chauffeur it is bad business to take clients. I support 2 Limousine company's when they need extra help and I get asked for my business card on ocassion. I ask them to please speak to the owner of "LIMO COMPANY" first to give them a chance to work out any differance they may have. I have learned if the customer is willing to jump ship without any reason, they will do it to you too.

More Stories
Kevin Polite, business development and quality control manager for RMA Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation
News

Young Operator Finds Balance In Merger

eNews Exclusive: Kevin Polite has joined forces with veteran operator Robert Alexander to provide Washington, D.C. area clients with #RMAperfect rides.