If your lifestyle has significant demands and complexities, you may need a Driver so that the time you spend in the car can be spent productively. Or, you may simply want someone else to deal with traffic.

We understand how important the safety of your family and your vehicles is. We work hard to screen all of our Drivers and check every reference. We practice “full disclosure” which means that we share all pertinent information about candidates with our clients so that you can make a fully informed hiring decision. We’ll never withhold information from you just to push a candidate through. We will keep you informed of our progress screening your chosen candidates throughout your search.

It is important to us that you feel confident that the Driver you hire through Town + Country will maintain the safety and security of your home and your vehicles as well as your personal belongings and private information. Just as important, we work closely with you to understand your household’s unique needs so that we can match you with a Driver who will be a great fit.

The duties of a Driver may include:

  • Driving the employer and family members as well as guests
  • Running errands
  • Scheduling maintenance of vehicles
  • Maintaining appearance of vehicles
  • Performing special projects for the household


Compensation for a Driver is usually based on two factors: the amount of experience the candidate brings to the position and the duties included in the Driver job description.


Full-time Drivers typically earn between $80,000 and $125,000 per year.


Some families choose to provide benefits to full-time Drivers, which may include:

  • Paid sick days
  • Paid holidays
  • Paid vacation
  • Medical insurance

What clients and staff are saying

“When it comes to matching Drivers and employers, it’s more than simply getting someone from point A to point B. Finding the right match is particularly important as you’ll be spending a lot of time in close proximity.” —Nancy McIlvaine, Town + Country Resources



Which positions are similar to a Driver?

When driving is not the primary responsibility of the employee, other staff positions such as Butlers or Household Managers may do some driving, as do Housemen. Also, Nannies frequently are responsible for driving children to school and activities.

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