Confidentiality and class are the hallmarks of  Valentine Chauffeur Drive, which has built its enviable reputation on providing the ultimate executive transport service – consistent, dependable and, above all, with the personal touch.

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As Aberdeen’s longest-established chauffeur company, it’s currently enjoying an impressive rate of growth under the expert steering of owner Graham McAteer and is about to celebrate 40 years in business.

Formerly established and run by husband and wife team Nick and Eleanor Valentine, the business was then taken over by Graham, who was delighted to continue the Valentine brand legacy and has enhanced and expanded the company’s offering. Today the new fleet boasts the first hybrid Range Rover Autobiography long wheel base vehicle in Scotland – providing an extra-spacious interior for brides and panoramic roof for better photographs.

The acquisition was prompted by requests for a similar vehicle from the brides themselves and that’s part of the key to Valentine’s success: listening to clients and taking the greatest care to provide for all their needs.

Not many drivers will pick you up from the airport after a holiday and stop to collect an essential pint
of milk en route or provide a celebratory toast at a significant landmark for an elderly couple marking a special anniversary – and that’s on top of the uniformed door-to-door service, friendly welcome and local knowledge that comes as standard with a Valentine’s driver.

Valued by loyal businesses and private clientele alike, Valentine’s fleet of pristine cars – which includes Audi A8Ls, LandRover Discovery 4 and Mercedes Viano people carriers – are now becoming the transport provider of choice for discerning brides who particularly love their gleaming silver Mercedes S-Class Ls.

But whoever the passenger, the message from Graham is universal, ‘We do our very best to make
it an extra-special journey for everyone’.

Tel: 01224 312000   bookings@vcdrive.co.uk
www.vcdrive.com     FB: ValentineChauffeurDrive

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