How to Become a Limo Driver?
To start a career as a limo (limousine) driver, you must have a standard driver’s license. Before you start work, most companies provide a one or two-week training program. During this training, you learn basic limousine maintenance and care, how to read road maps and use navigation systems, and the proper way to communicate with clients.
What Does a Limo Driver Do?
Limo drivers, also called chauffeurs, pick up and transport passengers in limousines. They may drive a variety of limo types including town cars and SUV limos. It is the limo chauffeur’s job to clean and maintain the interior and exterior of their vehicle, assist passengers and their belongings in and out of the limousine, and always select a safe route to the destination. Limo drivers typically work for limousine rental companies and work on a weekly or nightly schedule. Some limo drivers may also work as private chauffeurs.
What Full-Time Position Requires?
This full-time position requires a driver to have at the very minimum of two years of driving experience. We need an extremely flexible driver, up to 5 days per week. This driver must understand the extreme weather conditions and be willing to withstand those changing conditions throughout all seasons. We also require our candidates to have experience with knowing the locations for drop off and pick up for ski resorts, hotels, and airports. Please do not apply for this position if you don’t have two years of driving experience, don’t know to drop off locations, and cannot be flexible. We offer competitive hourly rates.
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