Estate & Household Staff
Hire A Private Chauffeur From Industry Experts.
If you’re considering hiring a Private Driver or Chauffeur it’s prudent to think about what exactly you’d like the role to entail, as these days the job is about much more than a clean driving licence.
The Importance of a Good Chauffeur.
At Melissa PS we know that hiring the right person as your Chauffeur is integral to the smooth running of your life and affairs, which is why we take the responsibility extremely seriously and only ever bring forward the highest calibre of candidate.
Furthermore, we will find the right candidate for you – the way you want the role to be conducted, the way you want it to fit seamlessly into your daily operations, with the right temperament for your family, your life and your specific requirements.
Our Chauffeurs serve clients across the world – from Mayfair to Monaco and San Marino to Saudi Arabia – including corporates, celebrities, dignitaries, nobility and royalty. Whatever your Private Driver requirements, we can help.
The Distinction Between Private Drivers and Chauffeurs.
This can fall down to a mere question of terminology and preference, but in essence, a Driver is responsible for the vehicle, whilst a Chauffeur is also duty bound to its passengers – their safety, welfare and comfort. The term Chauffeur Driver can therefore give rise to a degree of confusion, but essentially it is used in reference to a Chauffeur – an experienced, licensed professional.
Why Hire a Chauffeur Through Melissa Private Staffing.
At Melissa PS your comfort and safety is paramount, which is why when you need to discuss your Chauffeur requirements – current or prospective – you can call us at any time of the day or night, wherever you are in the world. We pride ourselves on being receptive and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
No question is too trivial or indeed too large – no matter the scale of your assignment, we are ready to help.
Chauffeur FAQs: What a Chauffeur’s Role Entails:
Chauffeur FAQ’s: The Traditional Chauffeur’s Role.
Traditionally a Chauffeur is a skilled driver, employed to safely transport their employer as and when they need. That remains the case, but the modern-day Chauffeur – whether employed by a family or on a corporate basis – must also be skilled in a range of other areas.
As a bare minimum, Chauffeurs must be polite, professional, well organised, mechanically-minded and – importantly – discreet.