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Category: The Private Hire Industry
Accounting is probably the last thing a chauffeur wants to think about but in reality, it should be the first.
There is substantial competition in the private hire market. In 2005, DrivenByQ had to find its niche if it was to become a success.
The biggest influence in purchasing my first executive car wasn’t the cost, or the age or the make and model. It was the insurance!
From a customers perspective, they just want their airport transfer driver to arrive on time. So why do so many taxis struggle with it?
As Uber floated on the stock exchange, increased competition and tighter regulation challenged their trading conditions. Ploughing on, maybe they know something nobody else does?
The private hire industry has an issue with licensing and it starts with Wolverhampton. This is the importance of due diligence and ensuring your passengers are insured.
The consensus for successful suppliers of ground transportation is to be very big or very special. Can you guess which one DrivenByQ is?