View Full Version : Special Permits for new business
February 28th, 2002, 04:57 PM
March 1st, 2002, 12:16 PM
I thought you would have asked these type of questions before you got into the business. How does one enter the limousine business and not know what is required to go to the airport? What it takes to operate in Florida? Have an idea on how to market and advertise his company? Didn't you do any basic investigation?????
March 1st, 2002, 01:18 PM
I researched for 3 months and found 2 limos, got insurance and got the license and I have many ideas to market, I am just wondering whats next before I start which is about 30 days away, so this is my investigation. I have another online business that I run and this was always something that interested me, so now Im doing it. Anyone have any info. Thanks for trying :-)
March 26th, 2002, 07:13 AM
seems to me like he's here asking the right questions and looking for additional info. You didn't provide any useful information that I can see, only more questions. If you have nothing helpful to contribute then why bother to post condesending quetions to his query ?
I guess I'm along with LimoJames. I purchased 2 Limos cheap and was looking into the business either for hire or for private use. It is tough to obtain information on what is needed to start a limo business, the bare essentials.
Based on your other posts, it sounds like you bought an older car, want to refurbish it, and start up operations? http://limos.infopop.cc/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif
A good start to check requirements with your state's Department of Transportation. I know Rhode Island has specific rules about crossing state-border lines. Such may be illegal for a Rhode Island company to enter into MA -- much like in PA to enter NJ.
Thanks for the tip Michael. Apparently you need an assortment of permits to enter MA, especially Logan Airport, so I think I'll just stick with RI and CT for Foxwoods Casino.