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FAQ

Will my child always be in a car seat?

Cool (Kids’) Cabs – Reliable and Safe Transport for Kids

Every child transported in a Cool (kids’) Cab vehicle will be strapped into an appropriate car seat. When you sign up with Cool (kids’) Cabs, we will assign a car seat to your child based on their age, weight and height. The driver will arrive for collection with the car seat correctly strapped in. All…

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Can I call the driver directly?

Cool (Kids’) Cabs – Reliable and Safe Transport for Kids

No, you will not be able to call your child’s driver directly. Our drivers are not allowed to give out their direct cell phone numbers. If you need to contact your child’s driver for whatever reason you can call the office and one of the managers will then communicate with the driver if it is…

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Do you know how your driver is recruited?

Cool (Kids’) Cabs – Reliable and Safe Transport for Kids

When you send your child to school you know that their teacher is qualified to be a teacher. When you visit the doctor they generally have their diplomas and certifications on the wall. Often even your beauty therapist will have their qualifications. If you are recruiting a new staff member you check their qualifications. Did…

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Does your child’s driver know first aid?

Cool (Kids’) Cabs – Reliable and Safe Transport for Kids

It may not seem like something you should ask your child’s driver but it can ultimately be the difference between a life and death situation. This is an important question to ask and something every person transporting a child should have. Why is it important for your driver to know first aid? Children, especially little ones,…

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Is your teenager strapped in correctly?

Cool (Kids’) Cabs – Reliable and Safe Transport for Kids

Just because your child no longer sits in a car sear or booster, it does not mean they do not need to be strapped in. As a child matures and becomes more responsible, it is easy to stop checking their seatbelt. Whilst it is obvious that wearing a seatbelt is essential, it remains of equal…

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