Becoming a Black Car Contractor when partnerships fail

Would you take on contract work for 80% of sales and 100% gratuity?

  • Yes

    Votes: 4 66.7%
  • No

    Votes: 2 33.3%

  • Total voters
    6

ubermandfw

New Member
There are many aggregators of black car service out there. You know them, UBER, Blacklane, MUV to name a few. Each has their niche, but all have one thing in common, they make money while you don't! Sure, you come across on occasion a good bid (blacklane) or a good run (UBER, MUV), but the vast majority will put you slightly ahead. One company in Dallas is making a lot of noise and is making a real hit with the independent operators. C-Level Limousine and Private Car Service specializes in corporate B to B and airport transfers. Their focus is building relationships with independent operators to help grow their businesses. They are currently preparing a launch in mid January with Contractor owner / operators. Alvin Claiborne, CEO of C-Level Limousine stated that their contractors will make 80% of each sale along with 100% gratuity. The only stipulation is that 100% of the commission must be passed onto the driver and cannot be included as their primary or secondary form of compensation. This may work well for most independent drivers but how will this fair with small operators with 3 or more vehicles? For more information, visit their WEBSITE today.
 
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