At drvn, our fleet cars are immaculate and our passengers, pampered -
all because our private car service starts with private chauffeur-trained drivers.
drvn’s perfecto passenger experience and professional chauffeur services are made possible through a Vulcan mind-meld of traditional customer care and laser attention to detail. drvn chauffeurs handle last-minute, and last-second, transit changes while still fulfilling each passenger’s needs and requests. We’ll let you in on our little secret: not everyone gets to be a drvn chauffeur. Nope.
We screen, unlike some other (cough) companies. Our professional chauffeurs pass strict driver-training protocols, which we audit every two years. We also conduct random ‘secret passenger’ rides throughout the year to ensure the highest standards of courtesy and professionalism.
Our chauffeurs are mannered, punctual, flexible, and licensed. You name the time and place, our chauffeurs deliver. (Ok people, get your mind out of the gutter *wink*.)
But, seriously. drvn chauffeurs maintain current licensing and permitting, in order to deliver you to any seaport, airport, arena, or licensed facility in the world. Top-shelf executive transportation services. Our corporate overlord, moveo, complies with, or exceeds, all Transportation Network Company (TNC) requirements in every jurisdiction.
Here’s what you won’t find in a drvn black car: broken Transformers stuffed in the seats. Why? Because our chauffeurs are not freelancing with the family grocery-getter. Chauffeuring is not their job, but their profession. They’re good at it and we treat them accordingly.
We issue equity in our parent company, moveo, to all our chauffeurs. Respect and appreciation for our network generates a level of service which far surpasses other ground transportation operators. There’s no comparison. You’ll see.
“A shoe without sex appeal is like a tree without leaves. Service without emotion is like a shoe without sex appeal.”
The greatest luxury is not driving. I didn't own a car until I was 30, and that was a Rolls-Royce, so it was cheaper to insure a chauffeur. I never want to drive again.