Thanks, Cagey!I agree. If you are going to use that construction, "to never be" is the version to use.
The sentence is grammatical but not quite idiomatic.
Moonlight, if you want to be idiomatic, you'll have to ignore Google. As Cagey said, it's grammatically correct, but it is not idiomatic.Thanks, Cagey!
What would be your suggestion to make it more idiomatic?
Could it be: "Leave earlier in order to never be in a hurry and always be in time!"?