10 Nov Traveling for the Holidays?
With all the uncertainty these days some people are choosing to stay local for the holidays. According to the Consumer Pulse survey, the majority of travelers (78%) are concerned about traveling this holiday season. Due to the pandemic, although about 45% said they were more comfortable traveling now compared to earlier this year, when the pandemic began. The majority of residents (72%) say they are most comfortable traveling in vehicles. This mode of transportation provides more personal control over cleanliness and social distancing. Auto travel tends to be more affordable due to lower gas prices and allows clients to be more flexible with the timing of their trip, according to AAA.
“While many will prefer to stay home this holiday season, some local residents are more willing to travel than they were earlier this year,‘ said Adrienne Woodland, spokesperson of the AAA – The Auto Club Group. “Whether that confidence is based on more education about COVID-19 or simply a need to get out. AAA urges all travelers to follow the safety advice of the CDC and work with a trusted travel advisor.’
What about business travel? Our world is still trying to survive & thrive. In July, business travel companies and insiders began working together to create consistent meeting standards, separate itself from other kinds of mass gatherings and encourage governments toward appropriate policies. In addition, Hilton hotels announced a new cleanliness and customer service program designed for meetings and events.
All our vehicles are sanitized each & every use, per CDC guidelines. Drivers are tested & required to be masked. Most of our vehicles partition off. Safety is the forefront of importance here at CET. Take the worry & hassle out of the equation. Our MB Sprinters have all the amenities for a day of travel. So sit back and let us do the work, enjoy the Holiday! Give us a call today.