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Category: News & Notification

Teddy’s is taking every precaution as you get back to work

UPDATE AUG 24, 2020   Car traffic in New York and Boston are back up to 80% of pre-pandemic levels and TSA agents report steady growth in airport passenger counts. If yours is a team that needs to capitalize on face-to-face business in these early back-to-work days, be assured Teddy’s staying ahead of the curve to keep you productive, in traffic and safe en route.

  • Teddy’s has extended it’s 15% off program on sedan and SUV transfers to or from Manhattan from Connecticut and Westchester – through September 18, 2020.
  • We’ve loaded fares for destinations more further afield than usual like Stamford to Boston at $421 (we’re faster than the plane); Westport to Philadelphia at $373, Manhattan to Washington, DC $498 and Coastal Fairfield County to DC at $600 (all before tip, tolls, etc..)

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Teddy’s Wins the 2020 LCT Operator of the Year

2020 LCT Operator of the Year - Teddy's LimoEach year, Luxury Coach & Transportation Magazine awards the best players in the luxury coach and transportation business for their high standards, best practices and stellar performance. This year’s award ceremony took place Feb. 18, at The Venetian in Las Vegas, and recognized, for the first time ever, operators outside of the United States, in addition to all those operators located nationwide.

In the 31–44 vehicle category (operators with a fleet of 31-44 vehicles), Teddy’s Transportation System won Luxury Coach & Transportation Operator of the Year, beating out an array of other very impressive contenders to come out on top as the best in the biz for an operation with such a large fleet size.

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TSA Guidelines Update: New Tech Allows Laptops to Remain in Luggage

New TSA guidelines and update on laptops being stored in luggageHeaded to the airport on a business or leisure trip soon? Your time going through security might be a little bit easier in the coming months and years. The Transportation Security Administration announced that it has plans to install new X-ray scanners across all U.S. airports that will allow travelers to leave their laptops inside their luggage when going through a security checkpoint. Yes, that means no more digging through your carry-on for your laptop, while simultaneously taking off your shoes and belt, dropping everything into their own individual gray bins, while a line of unhappy travelers waits impatiently behind you. Read More