The Chauffeur marks 100 years since first industry writings
Dec02

The Chauffeur marks 100 years since first industry writings

As TheChauffeur.com celebrates a decade of supplying the industry with vital news and features, 2014 also marks a hundred years since the original chauffeur magazine was stopped due to World War One. In issue one of The Chauffeur magazine in 2003, it was reported that between 1908 and 1914 a magazine was exclusively printed for the chauffeur of that period. It carried topics of interest relating to cars, legislation, social events and...

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Seeing red over the DSA tests

Almost half the drivers taking the compulsory test for private hire drivers are failing, and some of them would not even past a learners test, according the Driving Standards Authority. That fact in itself could be the reason behind the current shortage of chauffeurs, which has been described by many companies as a ‘driver crisis’. At a time when finding a chauffeur or private hire driver is difficult enough, more and more...

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Touch screen technology in new Royale’s

Royale Limousine Manufacturers unveiled its new interior designs along with its innovative and exclusive touch sensitive control system at the Limousine Chauffeur Transportation Show in Las Vegas Nevada. Royales touch sensitive control system incorporates all of the lighting control, heat and air conditioning, divider functions, stereo, TV, VCR and DVD functions in one overhead control panel. Users skip through a series of simple...

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