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Why Outsourcing a Corporate Car Service Can Save Your Company Money

Corporate Car ServiceThere are many ways that companies can boost their bottom lines. You might think outsourcing a corporate car service is more expensive than letting employees drive to meetings and work. Corporate clients can actually cut expenses and increase productivity with such a program.  Here’s how:

Time is money.

Your time is important – and costs money. A car service will get your employees to their flights on time. Our pick-ups are done to maximize your employees’ time, cutting down on lost hours spent waiting at the airport gate.

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Connecticut to JFK: Should I Drive Myself or Book a Car Service?

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Age-old question: Ride or drive

Consider this…

The cost of driving your car.

AAA reports that it costs 60.8 cents per mile to drive your car, which includes the cost of gas and wear and tear on your car, Simply multiply the number of miles from your home to JFK by 60.8 to determine the true cost of driving. Also, add the tolls, which are factored into the cost of a car service.

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Airport Transportation Options – What “Drives” You?

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From delayed or cancelled flights to long check-in lines to turbulent rides, air travel can be a frustrating and stressful experience.  And that’s NOT including transportation to and from the airport.  Adding airport transportation to the equation can elevate the stress of air travel to insurmountable levels.

For those that live in the suburbs, the most popular modes of transportation to the airport are either driving yourself or taking a car service.  In order to deduce which choice is best for most people, let’s analyze what “drives” people to make each choice and try to discern perception from reality.

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How To Choose The Best Executive Car Service – 3 Important Questions

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Finding the best executive car service for your company can be a daunting task.  There are so many companies from which to choose, each claiming to be the “best.”  How does one differentiate?  In order to break through the clutter, we offer 3 good questions to ask to begin your selection process.

How many years have you been in business and who are some of your clients?

As long as their fleet consists of all late date models, the longer a car service company has been in existence, the better; it reinforces their credibility and stability.  Also, make sure they have experience with a variety of different business sizes:  small, medium and large.   This will illustrate their flexibility.  Their fleet should consist of different types of vehicles to accommodate different sized passenger groups:  sedans, SUVs, vans, limousines, mini-coaches, full coaches, etc.  Executive car services that have large companies as clients are always a plus; it shows that they are capable of meeting the stringent demands and ongoing needs of a large organization, which can translate well when handling small and medium-sized businesses as well.

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Reviewing Your Ground Travel Provider?

RFPIf your company is evaluating ground travel suppliers Teddy’s would like to participate.

We are an award-winning company offering you an unparalleled record of safety, coupled with on-time performance in excess of 99%.

We’re big enough to have a deep bench of polished professionals to chauffeur our large fleet of late-model luxury vehicles. We are known throughout the industry for our technological sophistication, and are usually the first in our region to adopt systems that improve the ground transportation experience for our clientele. Yet we’re small enough to provide the personal, white-glove support busy executives appreciate.

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