Why Limo Operators Should Check Out Their Local Affiliates

Posted on June 16, 2014

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. – State regulators are investigating two party-bus companies, the latest development in what has become a cautionary tale for the father of the local prom-bound teen who fell from an unlicensed bus last weekend.

Orange County Register article here

Related Topics: accidents, affiliate networks, California operators, California Public Utilities Commission, illegal operators, law enforcement, party buses, proms, regulatory enforcement

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  • small limo service

     | about 5 years ago

    Holding Area at LAX is now more a Loitering Area. It is been used by Uberish drivers without paying trip tickets and wait long hours for calls. I understand that area should be used for a short period of time when a passenger is about to arrive.

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