Hint: Allow Boston Corporate Coach™ to Get You To The Airport

Famiy, Mom Dad son and daughter, at the airport leading for their safe vacationNo matter how experienced a traveler you are, having a safe vacation should be top of mind. There’s always a risk of danger when you’re exploring unfamiliar territory. Boston Coach wants you and your loved ones to be safe when you travel. That’s why we’re sharing these important travel safety tips:

Tip #1 – Research Your Destination

Prior to traveling, it’s best to do some research. Find out local laws (if you’re traveling out-of-state or internationally), medical care and visa requirements. Additionally, you’ll want to make sure there aren’t any travel warnings or travel alerts which could hinder your plans. U.S. Passports & International Travel is a great resource for international travel information.

Tip #2 – Give Family/Friends A Copy Of Your Itinerary

Before your trip, be sure to give someone in your family or a friend a copy of your itinerary. In the event of an emergency back home, they’ll know how to contact you if they can’t get a hold of you via cell phone or email. Same goes for if there’s an emergency on your trip.

Tip #3 – Pay Attention To Your Surroundings

Exploring new cities and countries can be exciting, and if you’re like most travelers, you’ve got a tightly packed schedule of sightseeing. Although you’ll be taking in the sights, as well as snapping pictures of all the fun, it’s important to pay attention to your surroundings. If you’re exploring a new city, stay alert and pay attention to people and things around you.

Tip #4 – Only Take Well-Traveled Streets

When you’re unfamiliar with a new city or country, it’s best to take well-traveled streets and remain off of back roads and alleyways. When you are walking down streets and blocks, make sure it’s during daylight hours surrounded by other people. Never wander by yourself, especially when it’s dark.

Tip #5 – Notify Your Bank

When traveling, it’s crucial to have money readily available in the event of an emergency, so be sure to notify your bank of your travel plans. Make sure to tell them where you’re traveling to and how long you’ll be out of town.

Tip #6 – Let Boston Corporate Coach Get You To and From the Airport

We’ve set the standard for professional, safe and reliable airport car service in more than 500 cities around the globe. Not only will we get you to the airport with plenty of time to catch your flight, but our chauffeurs will also assist with the loading and unloading of your luggage. We take every measure to provide customers with comfortable, safe, reliable chauffeured services with a fleet of vehicles that can accommodate any travel need and any number of travelers.

By following the tips above you’ll not only have a safe vacation, but you’ll enjoy it, even more, knowing you’re doing all you can to keep you and your loved ones protected while exploring an unfamiliar city or country. Call +1-800-664-4480 to make your reservations or visit https://bostoncorporatecoach.com/reservations/. You can also download the Boston Corporate Coach app on Apple or GooglePlay.



“I book car services for my company quite frequently and we always use Boston Coach. Their drivers are always friendly, professional, attentive and flexible. Their reservation staff is professional, friendly and they always greet me by name. Whether it’s a large group event requiring multiple Limo or Sprinter Coaches or just a sedan for airport drop off they have the vehicle we need and the top notch drivers to fulfill the request.”

C. Healey

Related Posts

If you enjoyed reading this, then please explore our other articles below:

Back to News

Don’t want to use the app?

No problem, book online or give us a call!