BE SAFE. TRAVEL SAFE. STAY SAFE.
Corona virus (COVID-19) Travel Safety Guidance Travelling safely
When travelling, you should:
Please wear a face covering in the vehicle. (Your chauffeur will wear one)
Keep 2 metres apart from others where possible
Wash your hands before and after your journey
Carry a hand sanitiser or use sanitiser points at stations that are being installed over the coming weeks
How we make your journey safer:
We have identified the higher risk areas of our vehicles, such as areas that are touched more regularly. (Touch points/Hot spots).
Supply standard cleaning products for regular cleaning and making sure there are adequate disposal arrangements for used cleaning products.
Cleaning regularly-touched objects and surfaces (like door handles, handrails and seat belt clips) more often than usual using standard cleaning products.
Clearing work spaces, removing and appropriately disposing of waste and removing belongings from the vehicle at the end of each journey.
Supply tissues for passengers
Please wash your hands
before and after each journey
You should wear a facial mask
inside the vehicle.
No handshaking please
Maintain 2M social distancing
outside the vehicle
Please use the free hand sanitiser
Your chauffeur will
sanitise your luggage Handles
Before your journey
Please wash your hands before and after any journey.
We require that you wear a face covering for the duration of the journey (including entry and exit of the vehicle). Your chauffeur will be wearing one. And will offer you a free hand sanitiser. Facial masks should not be used by children under the age of three, or by people who may find them difficult to manage correctly. For example, primary age children, or those with respiratory conditions. Disabled people and those with breathing difficulties are also exempt from wearing a face covering.
We advise passengers to travel alone, or with other members of their household.
Passenger Safety Tips
Windows down a touch — This helps improves airflow through the vehicle.
Avoid touching the vehicle interior and exterior door handles – your chauffeur will open and close your doors. Try not to use the electric windows too. Your chauffeur will be happy to oblige.
Sit in the back, on the left – Our advice is to enter the vehicle via the near-side rear passenger door (diagonally opposite the driver) and to sit in the near- side rear passenger seat for the duration of the journey. This is the maximum distance you can be from your driver. Helping to reduce airborne transmission of coronavirus.
Help your chauffeur keep you safe – He or She is trained to maintain social distancing wherever possible. Please listen to her safety advice.
Set aircon to stun, Scottie – Your chauffeur will set the air-conditioning to extract. Never to recirculate. The chauffeur may also open the windows as well. The latest guidance says that good ventilation can help reduce airborne transmission.
Should I wear a face covering when I travel?
Yes, you are required to wear a face covering for the duration of the journey (including entry and exit of the vehicle). But should not be used by children under the age of three, or by people who may find them difficult to manage correctly. Disabled people and those with breathing difficulties are also exempt from wearing a face covering. If you do not have your own, we will be happy to offer you one on departure or arrival.
All passengers should remember that good personal hygiene practices are seen as the most effective response to the virus with the Government advising that people should wash their hands often and for at least 20 seconds with soap, using warm water if available.