We have interviewed many candidates but have sadly found that most here in the Taos area just don't cut it or come close.
It's not a hard job to do but you just can't be lazy, lethargic or careless. We have very high standards that must be met and we will not lower them because someone doesn't think it's important.
If you and us believe you have potential we will train and help make you the best that you can be.
Again, the number ONE thing is that you are not lazy or lethargic, you are someone who takes your job seriously.
Ex-Military and Off-Duty/Retired Law Enforcement Prefered.
If we see potential in you we will train you to be a Professional Chauffeur. We will train you to be the very best at it and in turn you will see generous gratuities (tips) in your pocket.
Many candidates think they want to do this job, but after their first training they find that they actually have to listen and learn many things about this job and find out they're not cut out for it. Below is a sample of who we don't want.
This is a very rewarding job,
I began doing this in the early 1980's and truly know how to do this the right and only way.
You will meet many very nice people, some very famous and some just very endearing ones that we will always remember.
We don't and never "Just Drive" we go way beyond that.
Think of it as Part Chauffeur-Part Buttler in a way. Our passengers are very special people and we are there to make sure they get treated with the utmost respect and dignity.
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There is a vast amount of duties involved even before picking up your passenger. Being that we are in Taos County, most roads are dirt and not paved so there's an exceptional amount of dirt here. we may need to stop at a self-serve car wash and wash down and detail the vehicle, and again detail the vehicle just before passenger enters the car.
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