Travelling Safely: Check our precautionary measures to ensure a safe travel during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Car Service or Taxi?

Difference between a driver and a Chauffeur.

While it might seem like a chauffeur is just the same as a taxi driver, the two are completely different. While both collect you and take you to your destination, the service you will receive is completely at the opposite ends of the scale.
Understanding the difference between a taxi driver and a chauffeur will enable you to make an informed decision on what service level you require, just the same as booking your seat on the aircraft, we are all aware of the difference between first class and economy seats, the same applies here with taxi and car service.

Level of Service.

Taxi drivers are there to get the job done, they will arrive on time, get you to where you want to be and back again if necessary, they will provide you with a basic service, done quickly and then move onto the next customer.

Where as a chauffeur is much more than just a steering wheel jockey. He is a professional driver, who will ensure that you arrive at your destination on time, in a newer vehicle that represents you or your company. When you choose a chauffeur, he will look after you, he will offer to carry your luggage from/to the building and ensure that you are calm and relaxed. When you arrive into the UK at an airport your chauffeur will be waiting in the arrivals hall, with a friendly and professional smile.

Pride in their work.

A taxi driver is there to do a job, once they have done that they will move onto the next job, taxi drivers are driven by money, they will undertake any kind of job and move quickly onto the next one.

When you choose a chauffeur service, you will receive the service level that you pay for, from opening your doors to loading your luggage, As chauffeurs, we take pride in our work, which is evident in our vehicle choices, our attire of uniform and our willingness to assist our customers whenever we can, to ensure we exceed your expectations.