What is the difference between a chauffeur and a driver? In many cases, the terms ‘chauffeur’ and ‘driver’ are used interchangeably, which can lead to confusion. Both describe people whose primary responsibility is making sure their guests arrive at their destination safely and on time. The biggest difference between the two? At Boston Corporate Coach™, we provide chauffeurs with keen customer service skills.

Good chauffeurs go out of their way to ensure your needs are met, from handling luggage and locating accommodations to meeting dining and amenity needs. Their goal is to provide you with a clean, comfortable, and relaxing environment. You are more than just a fare; over time, a chauffeur could become a trusted business associate.

Chauffeurs are courteous and generally won’t speak unless spoken to. Whether you’re busy making phone calls, need to check your email or just prefer to relax, you won’t have to worry about keeping up with a conversation.

Boston Corporate Coach™ chauffeurs take the time to understand and learn the routes of the city to make sure you arrive in a timely fashion. They undergo extensive training and are held to a very high standard.

Most taxi drivers simply don’t have the time to provide the professional, personalized services that Boston Corporate Coach™ can offer. Click or call today to book your own chauffeur and limousine or car service.



“I book car services for my company quite frequently and we always use Boston Coach. Their drivers are always friendly, professional, attentive and flexible. Their reservation staff is professional, friendly and they always greet me by name. Whether it’s a large group event requiring multiple Limo or Sprinter Coaches or just a sedan for airport drop off they have the vehicle we need and the top notch drivers to fulfill the request.”

C. Healey

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