Security Driver (basic responsibilities and guidelines)
– Contact your client or your security representative if you have any questions.
-The vehicle’s gas tank must be always full to its 100% before pick up. Gas tank should never get below 50%.
– Obey all traffic rules.
– Keep the doors locked at all times and do not lower the windows for any reason. Lock the doors right after all passengers are in the vehicle even before putting on your seat belt and start the engine.
– Keep the radio always off unless the client ask you to turn it on.
– Use the horn only in an emergency or a warning situation to avoid a collision. Do not use it to express your discomfort with another driver or citizen.
– In case of a formation of two or more vehicles, the vehicle ahead should always wait for the vehicle behind, if they separate. There should always be visual contact between all vehicles in the formation.
– In case of a formation of two or more vehicles, keep the same order all the way to your destination.
– To change from one lane to another, the vehicle leading the formation is the first to turn the blinking lights or indicators, and then waits to the vehicle behind him to turn his blinking lights or indicators and cross first.
– The maximum speed on the highway is 80 km / h without exception for light vehicles, 70 km/h for heavy vehicles
– The use of the seat belts is imperative.
– The cabin temperature must be always at a comfortable temperature before your client arrives.
– Don’t open the doors of the units without the confirmation of the security team (if applicable).
– Never smoke or ingest any food while driving, inside the vehicle or in front of the client.
– Talk to the client only when the client initiates the conversation.
– Drive at all times with both hands on steering the wheel.
– Don’t drink any alcohol at least 24 hours before the service.
– Minimizes the use of odors.
– Any suspicious situation you perceive, report it immediately to the security team or client.
– Do not fall in any provocations with any other vehicle or pedestrian.
– Vehicles must be in perfect mechanical condition, specially brakes and tires.
– Each unit must have a fire extinguisher in good condition.
– Check the spare tire and the tools. The tools should be reachable and not under the luggage or seats, so you don’t have to unload the trunk or make the passengers descend the vehicle to remove them.
– Check that all the personal and vehicle documentation is in order.
– Keep a charged cell phone with enough calling minutes and never turn it off 24 hours before the service.
– Don’t speech on the phone during the service. Get only group calls or calls related to the service. Don’t answer personal calls.
– After descending the vehicle, check that nothing was left on the seats or the floor of the vehicle. If so, notify the passenger or security team immediately.
– Always have two sets of car keys.
– The luggage or suitcases in the trunk must never exceed the height of the rear seat.
– Never leave the vehicle unattended. Always stay with the vehicle unless you are otherwise instructed.
– Familiarize yourself with driving exercises and techiniques.
– You should always stay behind the steering wheel when your client is entering or exiting the vehicle escorted by security.
– Always be aware of the risks.
– Newspaper and magazines preferred by your client.
– The passenger seats and trunk must always be free for your client’s personal items.
You are not allowed to transport people without the permition of your client.
You must always drive the vehicle as you were driving with your client.