How to Dress
All Chauffeurs are expected to wear a suit, shirt and tie at all times.
Black or dark-coloured suit — clean and pressed.
Clean, dark tie — neatly tied and tightened to the collar.
White or light-coloured long-sleeve plain shirt — clean, ironed, tucked in and buttoned up.
Classic dark Oxford or Derby shoes — clean and polished.
In cold conditions, chauffeurs may meet their passengers in smart outerwear and a hat to be put away in the boot before the journey begins.
No accessories, including jewellery and chauffeur hat and gloves.
- Colourful shirts
- Short sleeve shirt
- Knitted jackets, sweaters and vests (in addition or instead of a jacket)
- Jackets, coats, fur coats, raincoats over a suit inside the vehicle (put it in the boot before you get into the salon)
- Smoking in salon (also prohibited by TfL rules) and smoking 30 minutes prior to collecting a passenger — you will bring tobacco smell in with you