HOMESDALE

Driving Jobs For Escort agencies

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Not sure if this is the place to ask, but i'm a part time Chauffeur, with my own Mercedes E-Class with is a year old, and have all the necessary private hire Insurance, plus i have been CRB checked too.

Was just wondering how you go about being a driver for escorts to their Outcall  appointments. I know some girls have friends etc driving them, but i wondering how i go about doing this part time at weekends.

I'm based in South London, so easy access to Central London.

If anyone knows of any driving jobs for any agency or maybe independent girls, who would like a driver, then please let me know.

As i said, i  have got all the proper licenses and have been CRB checked.

Thank you

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Best to contact agencies but to be honest work goes to people that are "known".

The hours are crap and if you have a year old merc you will be better off working in other areas of driving, sign up to Uber.

 

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I noticed AW has a section where other drivers offer their services, although I think they have to pay on a daily basis for as long as they want their ad to run. Surely there must be other sites where people can put these kind of ads without having to pay though.

 

 

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I wouldn't consider uber though,just read the bad press they're getting at the moment especially in the states 

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4 hours ago, djs4862 said:

I wouldn't consider uber though,just read the bad press they're getting at the moment especially in the states 

at least its earning a living and choosing the hours you wish to work and far less hassle than waiting around for punting jobs.

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Actually Uber drivers wait around in their cars for jobs: the only difference is they increase their prices as they become busier.  I stopped using them purely because of this: I want a fixed price every single time I am driven for say 4 miles, just like with any taxi company or a Black cab, especially since I make the effort to go online to book them.  I don't want to discover at the end of my trip the price is 5 pounds more expensive, plus I cannot communicate with the driver and he might even have a bad attitude.

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You should have a look in Loot there are adverts for drivers in the back with the Escort Ads

Chloe x

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On 2/7/2016 at 11:01 AM, djs4862 said:

I wouldn't consider uber though,just read the bad press they're getting at the moment especially in the states 

Don't judge something simply because of press. I've used Uber in more countries than I can remember, and it's an incredible service and has democratised the taxi industry has previously (like in London) been full of rip off artists (and yes, even the black cabs!). Best thing to happen to those criminal black cabbies. 

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On 2/8/2016 at 10:24 AM, Annabellexoxo said:

Actually Uber drivers wait around in their cars for jobs: the only difference is they increase their prices as they become busier.  I stopped using them purely because of this: I want a fixed price every single time I am driven for say 4 miles, just like with any taxi company or a Black cab, especially since I make the effort to go online to book them.  I don't want to discover at the end of my trip the price is 5 pounds more expensive, plus I cannot communicate with the driver and he might even have a bad attitude.

It's called surge pricing, and it's to make volume of cars available at all hours - even when super busy. Unless you're extremely unlucky, you'll see surge pricing rarely - especially in a city with as many drivers as London.

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I had only one experience with Uber as I had some credit via a discount site: I could see on the map they had several cars round the corner from me.  They gave me a price before logging in, an increased price by the time I finished the booking.  I have not used them ever since.

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On 2/12/2016 at 9:52 AM, Annabellexoxo said:

I had only one experience with Uber as I had some credit via a discount site: I could see on the map they had several cars round the corner from me.  They gave me a price before logging in, an increased price by the time I finished the booking.  I have not used them ever since.

They have since, a long long time ago, amended that feature as users were getting confused / missing notifications. Now, there's like 3 required 'click accept/yes' before you get into a taxi. The fare is always metered but it should not goto 1.2x or 2x while in the car, it's always notified to you BEFORE you order a car and accept.

I would try it again. It's a great service, super affordable and I've never had any problems -- far safer than other taxi's and more honest! They email you a summary of your fare, a map of route the driver took, and you can challenge any fare if the driver decides to go the wrong way. You can't beat that!

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I did a very short stint as a chauffeur a few years back, when work was slow in my main job, and I did a few driving jobs for a local escort agency near me in NW London - plus a few bigger jobs for some Arab clients. Tbh, it was a shitty job, the escort agency owner/booker was an arrogant twat and the money was shit because it was mainly fixed money no matter the distance. Sometimes it would balance out though on shorter distance jobs. The girls did treat me well though and I actually felt sorry for them, especially on an outcall and there'd be no shows and they'd still have to pay me. After a very short while I chucked it in, as I felt rather like a pimp! Horrid feeling.

Best way to get chauffeur jobs , i've found is to just email around, show them pics of your car, inside and out. Main thing is to try beat the competition on price - which is quite fierce and competitive. A lot of smaller agencies use local taxi companies. Larger ones have their own 'staff drivers' who are known and trusted to them and part of the management. Tbh, it's a bit of a dodgy job.

I use Uber today as a good means to get around in LDN, i love the app and very quick and convenient so far - it's far cheaper than black taxis, but they know fuck all about the area as most of them are 'freshies' off the boat, who rely on sat navs and customers to be patient. They've not invested time £1000's on doing the knowledge. Saying that, every driver i've had has been courteous and nice, if a little stupid for taking such crap money for their hard work. They get paid very little and most drivers invest heavily in nice Prius cars. I'm not quite sure how they afford to survive tbh.

 

 

 

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