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The challenge to find chauffeurs has long been an industry issue. In states like California, no special license is required to drive a limousine, sedan, or SUV on a for-hire basis. However, California requires a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) to operate a vehicle seating more than 10 passengers (including the driver) while federal law doesn’t mandate a CDL unless you are running a vehicle that seats more than 15 (including the driver). This is where it gets messy.

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The challenge to find chauffeurs has long been an industry issue. In states like California, no special license is required to drive a limousine, sedan, or SUV on a for-hire basis. However, California requires a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) to operate a vehicle seating more than 10 passengers (including...