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Properly Trained Chauffeurs Make A Difference

Posted on February 12, 2016

In the first in a series of blog posts, The Chauffeur magazine is exploring various courses that may benefit your chauffeurs by providing vital training. 

"Too many chauffeurs are quick to denounce any mention of training with statements such as 'I’ve been driving for forty years' or 'there’s nothing anyone can teach me about this job'...if the only formal training you’ve had is half a dozen basic driving lessons and the normal test, which you quite possibly passed forty five years ago, do you have any right to call yourself a professional chauffeur?," writes Andy Dubberley.

The Chauffeur article here

Related Topics: chauffeur behavior, chauffeur training, Safety

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