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Avoid Losses and Damages during Valet Parking Service

While using valet parking Luton service, you have to trust that the person to whom you hand over the keys will not steal anything or crash the car, and wish that you’ll get it back without any damage.

Unfortunately, there are valets who steal something like your sunglasses, music CDs, iPad, phone charger etc from your car.

You need to follow some tips to avoid such damages and thefts.

Tips to Avoid Damages Using Valet Services

Don’t Leave Anything in Your Car:

It is very important to clear all the valuables from your car in order to avoid the thefts. Don’t give the chance of theft to the valet by leaving any valuable in your car.

Don’t Forget to Receive Checklist of Valuables:

When you hand over the keys to the valet, a checklist is issued to you in which all the valuables are listed. Never make the mistake of forgetting that list. If you find any kind of theft of your valuables, you’ll have a proof to claim.

Make an Inventory Check of the Things You Left In the Car:

When you get back to your car, make sure all the things you had left in the car are present. If there’s something missing you should claim immediately.

If you want to use valet parking service, choose an authentic and reliable company after reading its terms and conditions. Follow these tips and be careful while using valet parking service.

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  Posted by Angela Mcguire on Tue, Feb 2, 2016

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