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Accessibility

AC Jenkins supports web accessibility. We want our site to be accessible by all and follow the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) guidelines known as the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI).

WAI recommends that to make a web site as accessible as possible, the starting point is compliant code and this site was constructed using valid XHTML and CSS.

The Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)

The WAI is affiliated with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and works with organisations around the world to increase the accessibility of the web through five primary areas of work: technology, guidelines, tools, education and outreach, and research and development.

As part of this work the WAI published the first version of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) in 1999. These are accepted as the definitive set of international guidelines used for building accessible websites. All other guidelines and standards are derived from these.

 

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Our services

Whatever type of journey you require, from a trip to any UK airport or ferry terminal, a wedding, sporting event, visit to a relative, business trip or a tailor made package to suit your needs, we can carry 1 passenger to 16 passengers. We have a fleet of over 40 vehicles and specially adapted luggage trailers to suit every need. We have been operating for over 50 years and are now one of the largest independently operated passenger transport companies within the region. We pride ourselves on our reputation and personal recommendation.

All our drivers are fully licenced, insured & DBS checked

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Our fleet of vehicles

For Airport and Cruise terminals our fleet comprises Executive Ford Tourneo's for 5 to 8 passengers and Minibuses for 9 to 16 passengers plus large luggage trailers which can accommodate over 50 suit cases, Skis, golf clubs etc. We only offer exclusive transport and you will not be sharing with anyone else.

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