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Shuttle driving jobs are available for hotels, hospitals, airports, casinos, military training exercises and towns or municipalities. There are a number of companies in different states hiring people to drive shuttles, such as The Parking Spot in Tennessee, Pinnacle Automotive Hospitality in Florida, Spartanburg Regional Medical Center in South Carolina and M&R Hotel Management in Massachusetts.
Most shuttle driving jobs require a driver's license and some amount of driving experience, ranging from one to 10 years. Some companies require that applicants hold a high school diploma or GED. Other companies have minimum age requirements, such as 21 or 25. A shuttle driver may be tasked with lifting heavy equipment, such as suitcases, during his shift, and a courteous demeanor and firm grasp of the English language are typically required. Some positions require workers to possess light computer skills. Usually a high number of moving or traffic violations precludes employment as a shuttle driver. Shuttle drivers drive executive cars, buses, limousines and large vans.