All service animals are required in your vehicle. It's the law and you cannot refuse a service animal.
Here are some tips for when a rider has a service animal:
- Service dogs are working dogs – do not touch them, talk to them, distract them, or pull their attention away from their job.
- Service animals typically sit on the floor of the vehicle behind the passenger seat. You should confirm this with the passenger. Service animals are expertly trained and will not sit on your seats.
- To help minimize residual dog hair in your car, you can move your front seat forward so hair doesn’t rub on your seat. You can also offer a blanket for the dog to sit on.
- Use a car vacuum or lint remover after the dog has left. If you have allergies, make sure to take your medication or have the right medication on hand.