SAFE RIDE SPONSORSHIPS: One Minnesota operators sold his limousine and STARTED A LATE NIGHT TRANSPORTATION SERVICE to keep drunk drivers off the road. The mini-van service draws revenue from its "taxi-fares" and annual sponsorships from local businesses. This concept can be adapted to any set of fleet vehicles in any area, as long as the operator has a set pricing tier and financial cooperation from the community. You don't have to sell your limos to make this work. -- M.R.
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