Client Who Fell Out of Limo Bus Sues Operator

Who is at fault? The Canadian incident underscores the liability issues involved when a limo bus patron falls out of an emergency door. Does fault lie with the patron? The operator? The manufacturer?

Orange Taxi will be using a mix of Toyota Scions and  Priuses for a suburban Washington, D.C. cab service starting this month.

Operator Calls For A Cab Company In Tough Times

Limousine, Charter & Taxi?! Is there such a niche as “chauffeured cab?” D.C.-area operator and NLA board director Robert Alexander set the industry aquiver with his recent launch of a cab division. At least the drivers will be wearing clean golf shirts.

L.A.’s Chris Hundley says so far, so good running an experimental MKS sedan.

CA Operator Among First To Try MKS

Although not part of Ford Fleet's livery program, the MKS looks good. But it's definitely smaller than the Town Car. One operator is listening to what clients have to say.


CA Operator Grows Wine Tour Offerings

Clients of American Luxury Limousine can now enjoy scenic wine tours through Malibu and Los Angeles, along with the famed Santa Ynez Valley near Santa Barbara.


Many Fleet Employees Don’t Hang Up And Drive

A survey finds about half of companies do not enforce employee cell phone policies. Corporate managers are waking up to the fact that they are liable for crashes occurring as a result of employees using cell phones while driving on company business.