• Protective Partition

    Studies have proven that the use of a partition screen, which separates drivers from passengers, is a valuable added layer of defense which can be highly effective in protecting against virus spread.

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Protective Partition

As a preventive measure, New York State officials require individuals wear a face mask when proper social distancing is not possible, including when using public transportation such as taxi, car service and ride sharing/hailing services. In addition, studies have proven that the use of a partition screen, which separates drivers from passengers, is a valuable added layer of defense which can be highly effective in protecting against virus spread. In order to help safeguard drivers, and the passengers they serve, Excelsior and ATIC are offering in-vehicle partition screens for your vehicle. These partitions may be purchased and picked up at:

Genesis Automotive Center

100-25 91st Avenue

Queens, NY 11418

To learn more about the partitions or to place an order, please call (516)738-1699 or:

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Disclaimer: American Transit Insurance Company, American Transit Risk Management Services, and Excelsior FHV Operators Group, Inc., and any parents, subsidiaries, and each and every affiliate, along with its officers, employees, agents and/or representatives (collectively “ATIC Affiliates”) makes no representations and grants no warranties, guarantees, or promises, express or implied, including warranties of merchantability or fitness as to the quality of the temporary in-vehicle partition or any disinfect kit ATIC Affiliates has provided to you. ATIC Affiliates disclaims any liability, except where prohibited by law, for any personal injury, to yourself or others, and/or damage to your vehicle, direct or indirect, resulting from installation of the temporary in-vehicle partition or by any of the provided supplies for self-installation. ATIC Affiliates advises you to follow all guidelines by federal, state, and/or local authorities on proper practices to protect you and others against transmission of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Failure to comply with federal, state, and/or local guidelines on proper protection may expose you or others to transmission and you may potentially be held liable.