Being chauffeured means relying someone, not only in terms of punctuality and local knowledge, but also in terms of safety.
Therefore, all prospective Sixt chauffeurs undergo an intensive selection process before even qualifying to participate in initial training. The first part of this training course includes soft skills, i.e. the interpersonal skills of the drivers, leading sightseeing, driving safety and in convoys, and the second part comprises the hard skills, i.e. uniform, hygiene and the vehicles. These areas and the conduct of the chauffeurs themselves vis-à-vis the passenger and on the road are continuously inspected by ISO-qualified inspectors, thus ensuring that everything runs smoothly on your journey.
Our drivers undergo safety training at regular intervals to ensure that their actions in critical situations are always the right ones.