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Preventative Actions Luxury Car Services Are Taking During COVID

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Preventative Actions Luxury Car Services Are Taking During COVID

As people continue to get the COVID-19 vaccine, the same way all of our drivers have, they are slowly returning to their typical routines. To prevent further spreading of the virus, we continue to take special precautions and be proactive. After all, the safety of our partners and passengers is our number one priority.

Are you looking for chauffeur limousine and shuttle bus services that you can trust? Read on to learn about our preventative actions.

We Follow CDC Guidelines

Our luxury car service follows all CDC recommendations. We require our drivers to follow everyday preventative actions to protect our passengers. We request that passengers follow these guidelines as well.

To prevent the spread of respiratory diseases, wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. We require our drivers to do this in between drives and after going to the bathroom. It’s also recommended to wash your hands before eating and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.

If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Our drivers will always have hand sanitizer on hand.

We advise passengers and chauffeurs to avoid any close contact with people who are sick or show symptoms of COVID-19. If you are sick, we kindly request that you stay home as we require our drivers to.

To avoid spreading the virus, refrain from touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. When you cough or sneeze, cover it with a tissue and throw it in the trash. We also recommend cleaning and disinfecting all frequently touched objects and surfaces.

Strict Measures for Clean Vehicles

Our chauffeurs must follow certain safety precautions for preventing COVID.

We guarantee that our luxury fleet vehicles are clean as drivers wipe them down with non-scented disinfecting wipes between rides and during all stops that passengers make. They are required to disinfect all areas of the car, including seats, door handles, headrests, the rear of the front seat, armrests, and consoles.

You can request that your driver show you the product, whether it was a spray bottle or box of wipes, that they used to sanitize the vehicle so that you can rest assured that they did it.

Chauffeurs are also instructed to remove all reading materials from the vehicle, including magazines, newspapers, and other paper products from the passenger area. These items are only provided at the request of the passenger, and drivers remove them afterward if that is the case.

Going the Extra Mile: Preventative Actions

Our chauffeurs are instructed to not shake hands with passengers unless you initiate the handshake, and they are required to wear a mask. Drivers are also advised to lower vehicle windows to increase airflow and reduce the risk of COVID-19 unless you request otherwise.

Chauffeurs should have 3-ounce hand sanitizer bottles available in the vehicle that you can use.

Perhaps best of all, all of our drivers and staff are now fully vaccinated. This means that they have built up an immunity and are extremely unlikely to contract the virus.

Rules Regarding Symptoms

Chauffeurs are prohibited from performing a ride if they have had a fever or cough within 48 hours of the start of the ride. If they are sick, they are unable to return until receiving a negative COVID-19 test or quarantining for the necessary amount of time.

We’re Dedicated to Keeping Our Passengers Safe

At R.D.V. Limousine, we are dedicated to protecting passengers and providing you with a safe, luxurious experience. This includes strict adherence to CDC guidelines and taking all of the preventative actions above very seriously.

If you’re in need of a luxury ride, check out our chauffeur services today.

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