- Have a designated driver. If you plan to drink during Memorial Day weekend, it is smart to have a ride arranged beforehand. Have a plan for a designated driver or use public transportation.
- Make sure your phone is charged. Charge phone before going out so you will have no issues calling a rideshare service such as Uber or Lyft. These rideshare apps can be expensive especially on holidays, but they are a lot cheaper than a DUI.
- Keep track of your drinks and know your limits. Keeping track of the amount of drinks you’re consuming throughout the night and knowing your limit is a great way to gauge if you are okay to drive.
- Arrange an overnight stay with your host. If you attend a party Memorial Day weekend and are unable to arrange transportation, ask your host if you can stay overnight to avoid driving under the influence.
We hope you have a safe and enjoyable Memorial Day Weekend, but we are here to help if you happen to find yourself dealing with a DUI. Should you have any questions regarding a Legal Matter, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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