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4 Reasons to Be a Driverseat Coachman

By |February 4th, 2015|

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 […]

Driverseat Press Release – January 2015

By |January 30th, 2015|

January 30, 2015

MATT AND ALISON STOVOLD EXPAND SERVICES IN NEWMARKET FRANCHISE

Franchise Owner Matt Stovold provides services in Newmarket, Aurora and Bradford

Kitchener, Ontario – Driverseat is pleased to have Matt Stovold take over the Newmarket franchise and expand the services offered. The Newmarket site was originally a test site for Driverseat corporate, offering a limited number […]

5 Ways Businesses Use Our Professional Driving Services

By |January 27th, 2015|

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:

i) Airport Drop-off

Driverseat drives managers or employees to and back from the […]

Busy Nights Ahead

By |December 7th, 2014|

Last night marked the busiest night (with exception to New Year’s Eve) in Driverseat’s history. This is very encouraging given that it was a typical December Saturday night. Many Holiday parties were booked, which kept our teams extremely busy in all communities, and call-in traffic was at an all time high, as our collective dispatchers […]

Driverseat Expansion Underway

By |December 5th, 2014|

2015 will bring further growth to our business as people look to find alternative methods of transportation. 2014 is coming to an end and was a foundational year for Driverseat, as 4 new locations launched and the cities we service grew from 22 to more than 50!

Looking ahead, we have a new franchise partner who […]

Changing Decades Old Habits Not an Easy Task

By |November 14th, 2014|

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 mindset, […]

Driving Lane… Or Passing Lane?

By |November 7th, 2014|

I don’t get frustrated with many of the bad driving habits I see daily on our roads. After spending over 20 years commuting to Toronto, I believe I have more experience with traffic than the average person who commutes, as an example, 5 or 6 km to work. I logged over 2 million kilometers during […]

Too early to start planning for the cold weather? We don’t think so…

By |September 30th, 2014|

How often have you made it to the Holiday season, and said “I wish I were more prepared?”. It happens to many of us, and often is driven from our loathing of the cold winter months. In preparing for the Holidays, we are actually admitting that the cold weather is imminent. Here are a few […]

Drinking and driving in Arizona? We guarantee you won’t after you hear about this…

By |September 17th, 2014|

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 […]

5 Reasons to Start Your Own Home Based Business

By |August 26th, 2014|

In the face of increased competition for jobs, and a decrease in the number of jobs available, many North Americans are fleeing the office or factory for a home based business. While everyone has a different set of circumstances giving them the push for self employment, there are a few common threads weaving them together.
1. […]