Show Some Restraint
On one occasion, when I was driving as a chauffeur, I had met the young family for a curbside pick-up. I proceeded through the motions, as any good chauffeur would. I opened the passenger side rear door to allow the couple and their newbor entry, while I began to load their luggage. I noticed that they had with them a car seat for their baby, which was a relief, because the trip details I had didn’t show that any car seats were requested from our company. Then, as I normally do, I gently prompted the parents to install the seat because of their familiarity. The father nodded approvingly and I began to load their luggage. Soon, we began our forty mile drive to their destination.