How hard would it be to start your own limousine business?
It seems like an extremely interesting business to own and it would be amazing to do so. I'm only a teenager and I think that it would be a great job to own, to have a fleet of limos and just handle everything from a business standpoint. It seems as if it would be profitable, and at the same time enjoyable. Any insight? Thanks!
Asked By: Zachary - 4/27/2012
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1. Refer to your state's regulations regarding limousine driving. Driving a limo may have some similarities to driving a regular car. But, its length and other technologies introduce differences that you're going to need to learn and overcome. Certain states require a special driver's license to drive a limousine... More
Answered By: Andrew Strauss - 4/27/2012
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Its easy to start, but much more difficult to keep it operating. You need a Limo, first and foremost. Next you need a driver. Maybe you or somebody else for cheap. But your biggest headache will be marketing and sales to keep the money rolling in the door.
Answered By: Alby - 4/27/2012
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