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What is the difference between a driver and a Chauffeur?
With them you get a driver. With us you get a Chauffeur
What is a Chauffeur?
The first chauffeurs were people employed to stoke a steam engine and keep it running. The literal meaning of the French noun chauffeur (from the verb chauffer, meaning “to heat”) is “one that heats.” In the early days of automobiles, French speakers extended the word to those who drove the “horseless carriage,” and it eventually developed an extended sense specifically for someone hired to drive other people. It was this latter sense that was borrowed into English in the late 19th century. Incidentally, the French word chauffeur derives from the same Anglo-French word that gave English speakers the verb chafe, and ultimately can be traced back to the Latin verb calēre (“to be warm”)”. – Websters DictionaryFrom magazines to champagne on ice, your chauffeur will have it ready and waiting. A good chauffeur will answer any questions you may have but never intrude on a conversation or make conversation if you’d prefer to ride in peace. Our chauffeurs will stop anywhere along the way during your ride and allow you to get out, shop, see a movie, or pick up anything you need. He will always be attentive and ready to assist with anything you need. A chauffeur is your guide to the city. He’s helpful. Courteous. Punctual. Professional. And never intrusive. In particular, our drivers all have impeccable driving records. They have all had background checks. And they all have years of experience driving celebrities, sports figures, media personalities and are very familiar with the film and music community and paparazzi. A good chauffeur is discreet, professional, courteous and helpful with every aspect of your trip. A chauffeur should always be on hand to help you. He or she will be friendly, experienced and not just on time, but early for every pick up.