Frequently Asked Questions
Please have a read of the most frequent questions asked by our customers.
You drive your car to the terminal that you are flying from, leave it with the driver that will meet you at the terminal. On your return your car will be bought back to the same place that you left your car. You can drive home stress free.
Unlike a lot of other companies, we look forward to all types of feedback, especially the bad, this shows us where we can improve. We hold weekly meetings to review all feedback so it is vital for us. We have entrusted Feefo, which is an independent review site that hold hundreds and thousands of impartial opinions.
Yes you can but if we are really busy at the time of your booking you may have to wait for us, no more then 15 minutes.
Please call us on 07426 565595 - 20 minutes before arriving to the terminal that you are flying from.
Please call us on 07426 565595 after you collect your luggage.
One of our insured drivers will come to meet you at the terminal that you are flying from.
At the south terminal you will meet us in the short stay orange car park, level 3. At the north terminal you will meet us in the short stay car park 6, level 4.
GPS uses our 24/7 car parks with CCTV installed which are 5/6 miles away from the airport. We reserve the right to move your car to one of our overflow compounds.
It will depend to which compound that your is going to be stored. Will have approximately 10/20 miles.
Yes, all GPS drivers are fully insured.
YES, your car must be insured, must have mot and have road tax. It also needs to be road worthy, safe and in legal condition to drive.
Please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01293 403 356.
I booked the VIP package and the drivers were on time both on pick up and drop off. Was very impressed as I have used quite a few meet and greet companies in the past and they was always late either on pick up or drop off. I will be using this service again when I am travelling away from Gatwick. I highly recommend this company. Thank you again.