While the holidays are a highly anticipated and exciting time of year, for too many people, the festivities can turn fatal. When it comes to DUIs during the holidays, the numbers don’t lie and we’ve got them ready for your review. This season, we caution all our clients to be especially careful on the roads and to make smart choices when it comes to getting behind the wheel, especially following a holiday celebration.(more…)
Even the Scroogiest among us must agree that the holidays are the perfect excuse for a party. Of course, for many of us, kicking up our heels includes indulging in a glass of eggnog or a toast of champagne. Neither of which is harmful, until even the most well-intentioned, yet intoxicated, revelers get behind the wheel.
As a designated driver, you play a vital role in ensuring everyone’s well-being during, but especially after, holiday festivities.(more…)
When you choose to take on the role of designated driver, your commitment must be non-negotiable. In other words, there’s no turning back once you decide that you will assume the responsibility of getting everyone home safely after a night out.
By planning ahead and communicating a solid safety plan with your passengers, you can ensure that you will be a dependable designated driver that friends and family can count on.
Of course, this doesn’t mean you should become a babysitter for every person in your party. That’s why we’re offering a few tips to support you and everyone’s safe ride home.(more…)
There are a lot of myths out there about how to lower your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) in order to sober up. Whether you’re planning to drive or having a drink at home, at some point you’ve probably considered a cup of coffee or a cold shower. But what affects Blood Alcohol Concentration, and how can you lower it?(more…)
A breathalyzer is a tool used by police to test the blood-alcohol content (BAC) of someone suspected of drunk driving. While they are a commonly-used tool, they are not perfectly accurate (being administered incorrectly, or being improperly calibrated, are just two reasons why they might not perform accurately).(more…)