Operations

Chauffeur Explains Why Her Job Is Awesome Every Day

Posted on March 4, 2016

COAL VALLEY, IL -- Chauffeur Taryn Samuels isn't the type of person who likes to toot her own horn. So her boss Rick Lawson did it for her.

Samuels has been trained and licensed to drive every vehicle in Act II Transportation's fleet. The Coal Valley-based livery service has 26 vehicles, including vans, luxury sedans, stretch limousines, SUVs and deluxe coach buses.

Quad Cities Online article here

Take-away Points

  • One, the reservation staff prepares daily paperwork for chauffeurs, such as job instructions and itineraries.
  • Two, the management staff provides chauffeurs with training, testing and support.
  • Three, the fleet shop provides chauffeurs clean, well-maintained and safe luxury vehicles.

Related Topics: chauffeur behavior, chauffeur profiles, chauffeur training, customer service, Illinois operators

Comments ( 1 )
  • Todd L.

     | about 2 years ago

    I think your job is indeed exciting in that no two days are alike. <a href=“http://lewisvillelimousine.com”></a>

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