In this post, we will be talking about safety. My gosh has this topic been discussed so many times by many people before. But yet…we aren’t seeing safety in our roads. The sad part of this all is that we don’t see safety among professional drivers – people who drive vehicles for a living (like you and me.) Can you imagine the damaging results of being irresponsible in this job? Some people think medical doctors hold the hardest and most important – for life safety – job. And even though that may be true, if you can avoid sending someone to the hospital in the first place, I believe everyone would be much happier. In Medicine it is said that the whole structure of healthcare is focused on avoiding incidents, rather just treating them. So please do your job right and avoid filling up emergency rooms with people that simply wanted to go out on a luxury vehicle.
We are very excited to be making this second post on this platform. Main reason of excitement is because (you guessed it) it’s our second post. However we do want to touch on a topic of discussion that has been talked about over and over again. We would like to make a reference in regards to the way the limousine and transportation industry has been affected by the devastating events of 2008. What has happened with our industry? Has money slowed down and did people become more careful with their money?
As we all understand by now, people who like using limos or luxury vehicles, are usually wealthier people or people that like to show off in front of relatives and friends. Luxury vehicles, private chauffeurs and all that good stuff, have always been a symbol of power, wealth and independence. So what that really means is, that the persons that want to exceed all others and appear superior, will always look to use a luxury vehicle in their vacation our touristic ventures. There is always enough money to scrap up together, to pay for a vacation. Think about it: Did people stop taking vacations after the financial crisis took place? Well maybe some, but people simply switched to more economic solutions for their destinations. You see, people are addicted to travelling, having a good time and taking vacations. For some reason (maybe Hollywood is to be blame) no matter what event takes place, there will always be enough money, time and will to go on a vacation. I mean, who doesn’t like to vacation on a beautiful island such as Cyprus, right?