Value Added:  Limo service owner found way to profit from repairs - The Washington Post

It was the brake jobs that did it.  Like most of us, Robert Alexander hated paying for car repairs. And he has lots of cars. The owner of a Rockville-based limousine company, he was piling up hundreds of thousands of dollars in maintenance bills annually when he decided to take action:  Read more...



RMA Worldwide was selected as the Large Operator of the Year by Limo Digest Magazine on November 9th in Atlantic City. It was a night to remember at the culmination of the annual limousine trade show with an awards dinner and auction. The dinner was attended by almost one thousand operators. The charity auction benefited the Make A Wish Foundation.


Effective October 1, 2010, [RMA Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation] took ownership of Eastern Shore Limousine Service. Eastern Shore, a family owned business, was started in 1990. The owner who cultivated his business said he wanted to sell to a company that would keep his service alive and thriving. After speaking with several suitors, the choice was made to speak with RMA Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation. RMA is already the largest service of its kind in the region.

RMA Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation is the largest limousine service in the Washington, DC area and one of the largest in the nation. It serves the nation’s capital as well as the surrounding area. They also offer worldwide service in over 500 cities. The company has been operating since 1988.