Slow Down in School Zones

It’s important to all of us at BASE that our roads are safe and the drivers on them aren’t distracted.  At this time of year, students are returning to school.  Please respect bus “STOP” signs and the rules of the road.  All too often we hear or read about an avoidable tragedy as the result of a distracted driver, or a distracted pedestrian (looking at a phone…or wearing earphones).  Here is a great link for Back to School Safety tips.

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Coming Soon to our Fleet!

2018 Ford Expedition Max XLT Series The new Expedition is lighter and stronger than ever without sacrificing space or comfort. It has more than 40 new features that make the ample SUV not only safe but also incredibly driver-friendly. The ride can also be customized with Ford’s Terrain Management System, which offers a variety of drive modes for the best in handling and passenger comfort.

Ford ups the game with quick cordless charging in the front console, which is the first vehicle in the OEM’s lineup to make this option available. Passengers can take advantage of the one of six USB ports for lightning-fast charging at every seat. And the view from any of those seats is a great one, thanks to an optional panoramic glass roof.  With three rows of seating, plus easy access to the third row with tip-and-slide functionality, there’s plenty of leg room to keep everyone happy and relaxed for the journey.

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Travel Advisory Issued

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Please be advised that Winter Storm Skylar is expected to bring blizzard conditions to New England on Tuesday, causing major traffic disruptions and flight cancelations.  The New York City region is due to receive up to 6+ inches of snow, while Boston and all of eastern New England are anticipating 12-18″ with wind gusts of 60+ mph.
As always, we are making preparations and will do everything possible to minimize any inconvenience to you.  Thank you in advance for your understanding.
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Travel Safely!–abc-news-wellness.html

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What's killing CTA train ridership?

Posted by Crain's Chicago Business on Friday, January 19, 2018

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