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Vehicle adaption company overwhelmed with response to protective screens


WARRINGTON based Vehicle Adaptations company BAS has had an overwhelming response to a new range of protective screens suitable for taxis, minibuses, driving schools and other private hire vehicles.

The launch came as a direct response to the Covid-19 outbreak and the need for people to get back to work and resume their transport services as quickly and as safely as possible. The shatterproof polycarbonate screens improve the safety conditions for both the driver and passengers by providing a head height separation to prevent the spread of infectious respiratory drops.
These screens are the ideal solution for taxi drivers, minibus drivers, care home vehicles, school vehicles, driving instructors and others who are sharing a vehicle with non-members of your household.
The company have had an overwhelming response to the screens so far and have received orders from large businesses such as Heathrow Airport, Manchester City, Jet 2 and Grosvenor Hotel, to name a few.

Owner and MD Bill Bradley said “We are overwhelmed with the response to the new product and are really pleased with the feedback so far. We understand the need for people to get back to work as quickly but as safely as possible and this is why we felt it was necessary to bring this product to the UK market at this time.”
If you would like any further information on these products you can call BAS on 0161 776 1594 or you can visit their website www.basnw.co.uk.

Vehicle adaptions company launch protective screens in response to COVID-19 crisis


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