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The Limo Industry’s TOP 20 Issues in 2003

The chauffeured transportation industry faces in 2003, as it has in years past, a variety of daunting challenges. The following are the top 20 issues facing the industry, as determined by LCT and members of its Editorial Advisory Board.

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Publisher's Page: Did You Know Your 10-Pack Is Really An 8-Pack?

As prom and wedding season kick into high gear, this is the time of year when many requests are made for 10-and 12-passenger limousines.  You may or may not know it, but there are no QVM- or CMS-certified limousines in existence that accommodate that many passengers.  For example, the maximum seating capacity for 120-inch QVM-certified Lincoln limousine is nine – eight rear passengers and one driver.  Some allow even less.

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Heavy-Duty Sedans Make For Safer Limousines

Due to financial reasons often operators would rather buy a used sedan with a new conversion opposed to a QVM- and/or CMC-certified vehicle. However many fail to realize that the product safety is measured by the weight of the vehicle.

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Quality Service and Safe Limousines… What More Could Anyone ask For?

Hotels and resorts are in need of reliable transportation providers since many of these facilities include limousine transportation among their guest amenities. Few market segments hold greater potential for limousine operators and, if your vehicles are suitably upscale, this may be a profitable new direction.