I just started wondering this after I ran in to a guy I used to work with. When I was in high school he and I worked at a Tim Horton’s on the highway outside of my home town. It was a total coincidence, but I ran in to him the other day and he was driving a stretched mini van that belonged to a Toronto limo service. They were sitting outside of a club and I happened to be walking past. He called out my name and at first I did not know who he was. Back when I knew him he had a full beard, which helped him to get in to bars even though he was under age at the time. In fact when I knew him this guy drank a lot. I do not think he ever got in to serious trouble because of it, but he was always having some sort of misadventure that was happened after he went out drinking.
I got to talking to him a bit, but the job called him back and he could not blab with me while the people who were paying him waited for him to take them where they were going. I think it was a hockey game or something. I got to wondering how hard it was for you to get a license to drive one of those things. The obvious thing is that a person who owns one of these things has a big risk in the liability area. That van could probably hold between twenty and twenty five people. So in theory the driver could go off a cliff and you would have the relatives of all of those people suing you from here to the end of your days. You would obviously want a guy who’d avoid going over the cliff.