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The Chauffeur and Limousine Service Industry is going through a relatively unique yet tough time in history. The Covid-19 pandemic has forced the limo service business to re-evaluate and reinvent their trade.
In the modern, fast-paced world, the limousine service industry has been thriving. People needed an elevated way to travel, may it be for vacation, business trip, company events, special occasions – public transport isn’t cutting it, so the limousine service industry delivered. Then the pandemic happened, and for the first time in the history of transportation – everyone took a halt and suspended business. With travel restrictions taking place all over the world, chauffeur and limousine service providers are left with no choice but to stop.
While this is a pressing time for all of us, a lot of companies took this chance to reinvent how they operate their business. With that being said, how do you think this affects the limousine service industry? What does the future have in store for Chauffeur Service Business?
Experts are saying that social-distancing and elevated sanitation habits are here to stay. For a business that involves hospitality and personalized service, this can be tough. Chauffeurs will have to try to balance between making guests feel safe and secure and not losing the personal touch that is expected of professional chauffeur service.
We want to make our clients feel good, help them in any way we can, and make them feel comfortable while we are driving them to their destination. But we also have health protocols to follow, and sometimes these policies are not the most comfortable. This will pose another challenge to our chauffeurs as we do not want to over-emphasize the protocols and lose the accommodating personal touch the clients are used to.
The upgraded sanitation and cleaning process, together with the implemented safety etiquette has to carry on as well. In this aspect, the chauffeur service and limousine industry are a step ahead of the taxi service providers – as limo operators are in command of quality control. One thing to look out for is ‘safety-fatigue’, it is when people get tired of following elaborate safety precautions like proper wearing of masks, or sanitizing their hands, or keeping the vehicle clean.
The future ahead is uncertain. All we can do is learn to adapt to the situation and remember what we’re here for – to provide quality limousine and chauffeur service.