The American Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that by the year 2020 there will be an additional 47,000 limo drivers operating in the United States. If you are hoping to be one of them, here is everything you need to know about becoming a limo driver.
Contact the State DMV
Before you commit yourself to anything, you need to contact your state DMV (department of motor vehicles) to ensure that you meet all the eligibility requirements. In most states, this simply means that you need to meet the minimum age and citizenship requirements. For example, in New York a limo driver must be at least 19 years old and be a full citizen of the United States.
Check You Have a Clean Record
If you don’t have a clean driving license, limousine companies might be reluctant to hire you. When you speak to the DMV, ask them …