Driverseat is changing the way people look at transportation. Heading out for an evening with friends or family, and taking a driver with them is becoming a common occurance. It wouldn't be possible without the amazing Coachmen and Coachwomen who provide the service through our Driverseat franchise. In nearly 200 communities, thousands of drivers, working
Reflecting back on when I was younger, life was simple, lots of fun, and my wife and I were DINK's (dual income no kids). Because we did not need extra income at that time (which is not the case today with three kids), I would not necessarily have ever considered driving as Coachman for Driverseat. Our
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Check out this feature article in Canadian Franchising Magazine which was done on Driverseat. Driverseat co-founders Luke and Brian Bazely featured in Canadian Franchising Magazine.
Whether its part time work to generate supplemental income, or more regular work you are looking for, becoming a Driverseat Coachman is a great option for anyone who loves to create a great customer experience. In the cities we operate in, we are always on the prowl for self motivated, professional people to serve our
The most significant growth in our business comes from B2B (Business to Business). Many business owners, managers or executives are setting up accounts to utilize professional driving services with their Driverseat franchise owner. The following are the 5 most common used services by businesses: A Driverseat Coachman providing chauffeur service to a business person.
In 1981, in Kitchener, ON, the first household recycling pilot was launched. Prior to this time, all waste generated in a household was taken to landfill in plastic garbage bags. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recycling_in_Canada. While it may seem like that was a lifetime ago, and we could not imagine life without recycling today, it took a significant shift in
Drinking and driving in Maricopa County (which includes Phoenix and surrounding areas) comes with a very unique punishment. My co-founder, Brian, and I were in the area recently for a conference, and learned that the local Sheriff (in most circles, a very unpopular man) created Tent City more than 16 years ago. This is a
Over a recent family dinner, I had an interesting conversation with my wife’s parents, her grandfather and my two daughters, both of which have their driver’s license but both of which are subject to the graduated licensing system. My daughters grew up knowing that if you drink, you are not to drive. Even in the days
Wine is “King” in Canada. Well, it isn’t yet but it is likely to become King if the current trends continue. Canada is known as a country that loves our beer. The funny video from Tim Hicks called “Stronger Beer” speaks to the differences between the U.S. and Canada but focuses on our love of