Being confident in the ability of your drivers is an important aspect of owning a limo service, but are your employees aware of the best practices for keeping everyone safe while they are behind the wheel? Your business is a client based service, but you’re also in charge of their safety and well-being, and if you fail in either of these areas you could be subject to liability claims on your limo insurance policy. Here are some tips for limo driver safety you can share with your employees:
Acquiring a commercial driver’s license (CDL) is an important step for any driver whether it is the driver of a limousine, taxi or bus. A CDL is necessary in order to operate any vehicle commercially, but how does one obtain a commercial license and what are the different types and requirements involved? Here is what livery companies should know about CDLs.
Is your livery service looking for a new vehicle? Depending on the type of service you offer, it may be a tough decision choosing between a new and used vehicle to add to your fleet. Since customer satisfaction is one of your primary goals, it’s tough to settle for anything less than the best. Here is a breakdown of new and used vehicles.
Last week, we began discussing the article that Wolpert Insurance’s owner, Robert Mucci, has put together. The article focuses on the hot topic of independent contractors versus employees in the limousine and livery industry. We began by discussing the difference between the two in our blog last week. (this will be linked to the blog last week once it is published on the site) This week, we would like to zero in on these two types of distinct services: the dispatch service and the transport service.
Wolpert Insurance owner, Robert Mucci, has put together a great article that discusses the independent contractors versus the employees in the livery business. Over the next few weeks, we will be discussing a few of his main points from the article.