Why meet and greet

There are many reasons why I Love meet and greet customers prefer to use meet and greet parking but at this time of year, when the temperature drops, returning to a warm car is the one most people mention.
With press reports saying that snow and ice are expected, along with night time temperatures of minus two degrees Celsius, winter has arrived in the UK. Liverpool airport was closed for a while due to ice on the runway and Manchester airport said there would be delays due to freezing fog. The Met Office's weather warning for ice is in place from 18:00 on Wednesday until 11:00 on Thursday and covers large parts of the UK. It has warned of ice on some roads, pavements and cycle paths, as well as an increased risk of slips and falls on icy surfaces.
Choosing meet and greet parking at the airport gives you some major advantages in cold weather like we are experiencing this week. You will not have to slip and slide in a dark car park whilst being battered by howling winds. We often see that car parks – both on and off the airport – are not gritted or cleared of snow.
You will not need to scrape the ice off your windscreen as our drivers de-frost front and rear windscreens prior to bringing your car back to the airport forecourt. You will also have no worries about your car battery failing in the extreme cold, as we will have started your car.
Sarah Anglim, founder and managing director of I Love meet and greet, explains: “Our customers love the fact that, during the depths of winter, their car is warmed up and ready to drive. All they have to do is get inside the heated interior and head for home.”
Driving in winter weather can be challenging and on our blog we have prepared some helpful tips to make your journeys at this time safer

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

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