Well what can I say, it has definitely been a very difficult year for our industry, here at Executive Cars York we have been running at about 40% of normal trade for nearly a year now, luckily we have no finance on any of our vehicles and a lot of business customers who still have to go about their business, all our vehicles are fully valeted before every journey, this includes wiping every surface with anti bacterial wipes, this will hopefully give you the confidence to trust us with your important business trips, I can already tell that there is a massive pent up demand for journeys of all kinds by the amount of email enquiries we are currently getting for journeys later on this year and even 2022, we are currently negotiating for a new Mercedes v class with a Senzati upgrade to the interior this makes the interior more like a private jet, this will carry 5 or 6 persons in total luxury, obviously you can still book our Mercedes s class if you just need to travel on your own or with one other person, fingers crossed everyone will be vaccinated by autumn this year and we can all get back to some form of normality, I for one have realised that I need to stop working everyday so this year I have decided I will be working a maximum of 40 hours per week only, I would also like to thank all my regular customers for your continued support, some who have even sent me emails making sure I am OK and that I will definitely be able to carry on looking after them when this is all over, I think the reason for this is a couple of chauffeur companies around York have gone under and have stopped trading, obviously these companies had no plan b so were in a vulnerable position before the virus came upon us, I hope that the other licensed companies continue to trade and stay in business because I believe competition is healthy and keeps us on our toes, it still saddens me to see totally unlicensed providers advertising in and around York and fooling the general public, thank you to everyone out there and see you all later this year.  Mark Heaney.