As we head into Labor Day weekend, residents and travelers in NYC should be on the lookout for major traffic delays and detours. There is plenty of construction going on this week, and some of it will be boiling over into the weekend with bridge and lane closures. Here’s what you need to be prepared: Read More
This is the fourth in our Summer Travel Series…
If you have plans to travel to or from Connecticut this summer, it’s likely that you’ll be going through JFK airport. If you’re traveling with kids, the just getting to and from the airport can be a challenge unto itself. Here is a quick guide to getting from CT to JFK as quickly and easily as possible. Read More
This is the third in our Summer Travel Series…
If you’ve been looking for a reason to visit visit Manhattan this summer, you’re in luck! Manhattan is an international hub for travelers and business people alike. There is always something to do and plenty more to see. That’s why we’ve put together a list of five great reasons for you to visit Manhattan this summer! Read More
Teddy’s recently had a question come in regarding handicap wheelchair access for livery pickups at LaGuardia’s Terminal B. One of our Clients was asking about how this works with the new off-site pickups, as his wife was in a personal wheelchair.
The quick answer is this: “All of our Green Route shuttle buses that take passengers to the car service pick-up area are ADA accessible. All of our bus drivers are trained to position the bus and deploy the ramp safely and/or operate the kneeling feature” according to Michelle Delgado, a Supervisor at the Port Authority at LaGuardia. Read More
Before you book your next chauffeur, when was the last time you asked for a reference or any safety information before you signed for the reservation? Most clients trust that their limo service has already done the work of background checking and safety testing their employees, but that’s not always the case. Read More
Many Families look forward to School Winter Break. It’s exciting to get ready for anticipated week-long travel getaways and relaxation under the sun.
Unfortunately, winter vacation is also one of the busiest times for travel. Taking place for one week in February, everyone wants to get away from the cold at the same time.
The Holidays are a time to spread love, cheer and support, and Teddy’s Limo sure knows how to do that!
This year, Teddy’s is sending donations to support two different local causes.
They kicked off their Thanksgiving Holiday by donating 30+ turkeys to the Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County.
As a Connecticut and New York-area transportation services company, we’ve seen a lot of corporate events over the years. Some went perfectly while others could have been improved. Whether your upcoming corporate event is small or large, there are a few tips that can make the difference between a good event and an exceptional one. Here are a few pieces of wisdom we’ve picked up over the years.
Decide on the Goal of Your Event
Once you’ve identified a theme or goal for your event, you’ll find that a lot of the other details fall into place. Think about what you’re trying to accomplish: Is it a product launch? A teambuilding event? An industry networking event? Lead generation? If you can picture the intended atmosphere and mood, you’re well on your way to setting the tone for the entire event. Read More
In an upcoming blog post, we’ll describe some of the characteristics that make a great private car driver: things like excellent people skills, preparation, attention to detail and being resourceful. Another thing to consider is that being a private car driver, or a chauffeur as we prefer to call them, can be a rewarding career, if you’re cut out for it.
Our drivers thrive on looking their best, driving a beautiful car, making great tips, staying busy, and working without a boss looking over their shoulder. And we just happen to be hiring chauffeurs. Read More
A Heritage of Prestige in Transportation Services
In the world of luxury sedans, the Lincoln Continental holds a special place in history. The architect Frank Lloyd Wright once described the Continental as “the most beautiful car in the world” while John Steinbeck said “no other car so satisfied my soul.”
Because of this car’s heritage and cachet, many in the automotive industry were thrilled to hear that Lincoln Motor Company would be offering the iconic model once again, after a 15-year hiatus. Manufactured in Flat Rock, Michigan, the new Continental is the tenth generation of the line and the successor to the Lincoln MKS. Read More