If you just exited your vehicle, and you believe that you left something onboard,
call dispatch office by dialing 1949-527-2117 we will attempt to intercept your vehicle and try to find your missing articles.
If you believe that you left something on a vehicle, and a day or more has passed by, contact our Customer Service department by
dialing 1 949-527-2117, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The most common items left on our vehicles include jackets and sweaters, cell phones, and small carry-on bags. Please check to see that you have all of your belongings before you exit the vehicle.
TRAVELING WITH CHILDREN
Children are part of our lives and OC Airport Transportation welcomes the opportunity to serve our "junior" passengers.
Children travel free with a paying adult. If making an online reservation, please indicate the number of children traveling so that we can set a seat aside, as California state law does not allow children to ride in the lap of an adult.
If your child is under the minimum age/height standards set by the state of California, you are required to supply an approved car seat for each child that the law applies to. It is the responsibility of the parent or guardian traveling with the child to make sure that the child is in compliance with the California Child Passenger Restraint Requirements. Also note that OC Airport Transportation does not store child restraint seats, so please arrange accommodations with your airline in the event that you will need to travel with it.
New California Child Passenger Restraint
Requirements Effective January 1, 2012 California Vehicle Code SB 929, Evans California’s Child Passenger Safety Seat law requires children to ride in either a car seat or booster seat until the age of eight, or until they reach a height of 4 feet 9 inches. This law also requires children who do not meet the age or height requirement to ride in the rear seat of a vehicle unless the vehicle has no back seats, the restraint system cannot be properly installed or the rear seats are already occupied by children under age eight. However, the law still maintains that a child may not ride in the front seat of a vehicle with an active passenger airbag if they are under one year of age, less than 20 pounds, or riding in a rear-facing child safety seat.