In today’s era, thousands of people travel to their dream destination every day. And one of the most preferred means of transport is undoubtedly the airways. It is fast, reliable, and not to mention, a safe mode of transport that helps you reach your desired place promptly. But what to do after arriving at your desired country? Oftentimes, a majority of the people finds it tricky to get a right yet a budget-friendly transport service to reach their mansion or their relative’s palace in an unknown country.
However, no need to worry now as there is a host of Airport transfers service London offered to all the guests coming to this dream country. And you, believe it or not, you just need to book the Gatwick airport taxi services and that’s it! The car will drop you at your desired spot against the clock. The major benefit of opting for these taxi transfer services is that you don’t need to sit at the airport and wait until your relatives and known faces come to pick you. Apart from this, booking a taxi after standing in the long queue is again a tiresome job. Furthermore, after traveling a long way you would rather like to giveyourself some rest than waiting for your turn to come in the line, isn’t it?
What’s more? Of course, as you’re new to the place, you would not want to take any sort of risk associated with an unknown taxi driver, would you? London, commonly considered as the center for the tourists offer multiple airport transfer services to make the journey of the travelers secure and stress-free.
Yeah - I was parking there on Thursday morning and there was a FH Cars car in the corner with a trickle coming from underneath it. While there’s a dispensation for drivers of London public hire cabs to do this (presumably on the basis that they don’t have an office, generally), I am fairly sure there’s nothing for minicab drivers. I know people have complained in the past to the firm about the behaviour of their drivers in that car park, though I don’t believe it’s made any significant difference.
On a more positive note, I’ve used Linkway Cars in HOP for airports and as with FH Cars, you can book a larger car (not always as shiny as an Addison Lee) and they’ve never let me down.
I once had a very bad experience with Forest Hill Cars. I booked in advance for two adults and a toddler and some luggage. I was told it would be £40. The driver arrived at 4am in the middle of winter and decided to argue with me about whether it was an ‘estate job’ or not. He had a great big people carrier, so it wasn’t as if he couldn’t take us (and we could easily have fit the luggage and people in a saloon car), but he insisted on a £20 (50%) extra to take us to Heathrow which the office backed him up for at the time. At 4am in the middle of winter with a toddler. I later complained to the office and got nowhere. Suffice to say, I haven’t used them since despite them being five minutes walk from home.
Last time we went to Gatwick, we used the parking facilities there which was roughly £70 for a week. When travelling for work, I usually get the train as it’s normally a change at East Croydon and then you’re pretty much there.