Simply put, successful chauffeurs dress the part. You will NEVER go wrong in a black suit, conservative tie (for men) and a crisp white shirt. The attire need not be Brooks Brothers – it just needs to be clean, pressed and fit properly. Some would argue the car is the first impression a limo company makes – we think that’s debatable. Why? If you meet a customer in baggage claim, aside from the reservation booking (which may have been made by an assistant or online) you are the first visual line of a company.
Take pride in your appearance and dress the part – it is the first step in setting yourself apart from run of the mill chauffeurs. As a wise professor once told me “Dress for the job you want to have – not the one you have.” Translation: Dress to be that chauffeur that everyone wants to be – you know, the one it seems all the customers request or who is your employer’s go-to chauffeur.