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Shuttle transfer from Boston Logan to Marriott Copley place

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Shuttle transfer from Boston Logan to Marriott Copley place

We are 4 adults, a 3 year old and baby and want to book a taxi/shuttle transfer from the airport to the Marriott Copley Place but all the companies I have looked at state that we need to provide our own car seats for the baby and child. Does this mean they won't accept us if we do not have our own? Are there any companies out there who can provide seats?

Our plan is to take a taxi in to Boston and after our weeks stay take another taxi back to the car hire place at the airport to hire a car for our second week in Cape Cod so we will have car seats for the hired car. As we are travelling from UK we need not want to bring our own as it is just too much luggage as well as push chairs .Any ideas?

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1. Re: Shuttle transfer from Boston Logan to Marriott Copley place

Legally speaking, a child does not need to have a car seat to ride in a taxi. Whether or not you are comfortable with that is your call.

Some of the car services do have car seats, I know my sister has used them for travelling to the airport and ordered up car seats. Try Boston Coach or others you might find when googling "car service Boston".

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