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Safety Tips Every Traveler Should Know

 

Safety is our number one priority when it comes to our clients. Our limo service in Brooklyn is dedicated to keeping travelers safe and enhancing their time in the city, and we never deviate from that concept. In our many years working with travelers, we’ve come to learn many things about safety while traveling. Some of the biggest safety concerns when you’re on the road in a strange city are not the ones you might assume. Some of the best safety tips we’ve learned come from our clients and their advice. Because we want our clients to stay safe even when they’re done with our services, we are always happy to pass along the knowledge we’ve accrued over the years.

 

Ground Transportation is Important

Sometimes you rent a car, and sometimes you hire a driver. It’s almost always safer to go with our limo service in NYC and Queens because our drivers know the roads. We are New York drivers, and we know how it’s done. Someone from a small town might find it challenging to drive in NYC traffic, and that makes them dangerous on the road. It’s also far safer to travel with someone who knows the city than it is to travel alone in the city. Let our professional chauffeurs take you where you want to go, and you won’t be disappointed in your selection.

 

Know Where to Go

Travelers are often more concerned with what might happen outside their hotel, so they don’t bother to get to know how to stay safe inside their hotel. One way to do this is to learn where the exits are, where the emergency exits are, and what to do in case of an emergency in your hotel. Know where the stairs are located, how to escape, and where to go if something happens in the hotel.

 

Stay Private

Another major travel safety concern for those in the city has to do with your hotel room and your safety. Never let anyone know where you’re staying, what room you’re in, or that you’re alone. If you feel uncomfortable taking the elevator by yourself, simply ask someone at the front desk if there is someone who can escort you to your room. It’s also a good idea to allow other people in the elevator to choose their floor long before you choose yours so you can tell if someone seems to be following you.

 

Confirm Visitors

If anyone knocks on your door in your hotel when you’ve ordered nothing, call the front desk to confirm they’re supposed to be there. Even if it’s just housekeeping, it’s a good idea to ensure they’re really there to clean your room and not someone trying to gain access to your room.

Travel safety is imperative, and we like to ensure our clients are safe no matter where they are. We can only keep you safe when you’re in our luxury autos, but we also want to help you stay safe the remainder of your trip. Our goal is to make your life easier.

 

Posted on Feb 28 2017

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