Wheely drivers follow a code of conduct, which includes wearing a suit and tie and opening the door for passengers. Photo: Wheely

Uber’s London competitor Wheely shows money can buy happiness

Wheely’s drivers are all professional chauffers, and have a code of conduct – they must wear smart suits and ties, open doors for passengers, and help to carry their luggage, writes Alison Millington

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Wheely drivers follow a code of conduct, which includes wearing a suit and tie and opening the door for passengers. Photo: Wheely
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