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How Regus and Shell are keeping mobile workers on the right side of the law


Global Managing Director, Regus Third Place

Every year, millions of drivers worldwide are arrested for using their mobile phones behind the wheel. And in March, a German man was fined for having a mobile office in the passenger seat of his car, complete with eye-level laptop, printer, router and WAN antenna.

However, staying productive behind the wheel has just got easier as Regus has added 22 Shell petrol stations in and around Berlin to its innovative network of business centres in European transport hubs, which includes motorway service stations, train stations and airport lounges. 

With five business lounges and 17 docking stations, these local facilities will help solve some of the mobile worker’s most common headaches. They offer:

  • A quiet, comfortable place to work if you need thinking time, privacy if you’re working on something commercially sensitive and a professional setting if you’re meeting clients or colleagues

  • Reliable, secure wi-fi so you can catch up on emails and admin, send documents or Skype colleagues 
  • Docking stations where you can print documents, rather than waiting until you get back to the office, or if you don’t have a good printer at home
  • Mail drop offs and courier pick-ups for urgent documents