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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Travel safety guidance for taxi passengers

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Travel safety guidance for taxi passengers
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When you travel abroad, make sure you understand the public health requirements of your destination country. On our side, AtoB Transfer service took corona measures to protect our clients and the drivers also minimize the risk of COVID-19 infection.

AtoB taxi service advises clients who using taxi service and private taxi hire to wear a face-covering mask. A taxi driver or private hire vehicle operator might refuse to accept you if you do not wear a face covering.

For safe travel in a taxi and while using a private chauffeur service, please follow the next safety guidelines:

  • use a protective face-mask to cover your mouth and nose
  • wear hand sanitizer
  • wash your hands before and after your ride
  • keep a physical distance.

You should use contactless payment if possible, or find out if you can pay online in advance, which is easy to make on our official website Be aware of the surfaces you touch. Be careful and avoid touching your face and eyes. Each vehicle is carefully disinfected after each ride.

Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or the inside of your elbow when coughing or sneezing. When finishing your journey wash your hands for at least 20 seconds or sanitize your hands as soon as possible.

AtoB vehicles installed plexiglass to separate the client and the driver and minimize the physical contact. As the risk of transmission is small at 1.5 meters and where possible, you should maintain a 1.5 meters distance. Follow the advice of the taxi driver. For example, you may be asked to sit in the back left-hand seat if traveling alone. You may want to check with your taxi or private hire operator before traveling if they have put any additional measures in place. Our customer support team is working 24/7, please contact as if you have any requires or additional requests.

Posted by AtoB • November 2, 2020

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