What are the key differences between chauffeurs and drivers?
A chauffeur is referred to as a driver of vehicles, but there are subtle differences. We have summarized the three most important for you:
1. Chauffeurs are Professionally Trained
Anyone can be a driver, but a chauffeur is professionally trained and ensures that every traveler is in good hands at all times.
2. Chauffeurs Prioritize Safety
Chauffeurs want clients to enjoy their travel and will do whatever it takes to ensure that their passengers reach the destination safely and comfortable.
3. Chauffeurs Emphasize Customer Service.
Chauffeurs understand that every client is important and are willing to do whatever it takes to keep their customers happy. Chauffeurs also undertake concierge work, such as reservations and bookings of restaurant tables, concert tickets, business flights, etc.
A2B | mobilty in motion Chauffeurs are:
- Professionals with extensive work experience.
- Regularly attend specialised training courses.
- Speak at least one foreign language.
- Have a chauffeur’s licence
All vehicles in our fleet have the requisite official permit for passenger conveyance in rented vehicles and all other necessary official authorisations. A2B is a Chamber of Commerce and Industry-accredited limousine transportation provider.
With A2B, you can rest assured that you’re always in safe hands. We place great emphasis on customer-service continuity for our customers. The driver who’s taking care of you has optimum experience and is well prepared for the task at hand.