When arriving at your destination, the driver should always be the first to get out of the car to help passengers get off, and should always walk in the back of the car to access the driver's seat, whenever the occasion requires it. It's much harder for the driver to see you and you may be hit by a car. Walk in front of the car so the driver knows exactly where you are. Before traveling, a professional chauffeur always asks a few brief questions (to find out if the temperature is right), but doesn't talk, start small talk or start chatting.
A chauffeur is a person employed to attend to the needs of the passenger and the operation of the motor vehicle. A driver is simply someone who operates a vehicle, while a chauffeur is a professional who is hired to drive. While driving, the driver doesn't eat, drink or run personal errands; he focuses on the road and driving. A chauffeur will take care of all your needs, from security to booking reservations, searching for restaurants, school visits and errands.