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Even the perfect Chauffeur needs vital training

According to some, chauffeuring is no more than common sense and signing-up to specialist courses serves no purpose. Andy Dubberley would most certainly beg to differ and investigates – just what industry training is out there? Common sense is defined as ‘a basic ability to perceive, understand, and judge things’. What we do certainly can’t be described as rocket science but it encompasses a large range of both...

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Why didn’t you tell me that before?

You never stop learning as a chauffeur but there’s undoubtedly occasions when a simple piece...

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The time has come to recognise the Chauffeur

We chauffeurs often moan about getting lumped in with taxis, minicabs and ‘executive car...

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Editor gets first Level 4 driver protection...

Editor of TheChauffeur.com Paul Gibson has become one of the first people in the UK to achieve a...

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Ten tips for protecting yourself and chauffeur...

Fact – we Iive and work in a dangerous world, and as chauffeurs, we really do need to give...

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Protection driving course combines Chauffeur...

In the third of our series of specialist protection driver training course reviews,...

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When Close Protection meets the Chauffeur Industry

The close protection industry is having a tough time of it right now and as a result considerable...

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