A chauffeur cover letter shows the hiring manager that the job hunter knows what is required. Some provide full-time personal transportation for individuals or business clients. The applicant in this letter focuses on one of the essential characteristics of a successful chauffeur--attentive customer service and attention to detail--such as holding umbrellas and opening doors, loading packages and luggage into the trunk of the car, making sure clients are taken care of in whatever way they need. To ensure a pleasurable ride, many chauffeurs offer conveniences and luxuries such as newspapers, magazines, music, drinks, televisions, and telephones. It is wise to include at least some of this information in chauffeur cover letters.
234 Ironside Drive
Hollywood, California 99999
I saw your ad in jobbankusa.com for a chauffeur with impeccable standards, utmost courtesy, and a willingness to serve your clients, whether running errands, or escorting them to a National Charity League Ball or being a personal assistant. I also provide personal luxuries, including newspapers, drinks, TV, and music.
As soon as I read your ad I knew this job was for me. I have a chauffeur's license and five years of experience in Los Angeles, California. On my last job I became known as "the client's best friend." Of all the chauffeurs available, people asked for me by name.
May I meet with you in person to discuss ways that I can fill this position, delivering satisfaction and enjoyment to whatever client I serve? I'm available any afternoon next week between 2:00 and 4:00. Please select the day and time that best suits you and confirm by calling 222-222-2222. Thank your for taking a moment to read my cover letter. I'm eager to meet you.