Know where you are going


While in California working for Honeywell I was assisting them with ground transportation.  They had a couple SUV’s for a few days to take clients around as needed.  Now we as industry professionals all know that ground transportation isn’t cheap and therefore we SHOULD expect these drivers to know where they are going. Not necessarily the case.  Both of these guys were from 30 minutes north and didn’t really know the area at all. Luckily I left enough room for them to do a couple of dry runs.  When hiring a ground company put it in the contract that it is THEIR RESPONSIBILITY to make sure the drivers are informed as to where they are going and give the ground company as much information as possible up front.

That is my story for now and I am sticking to it.


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