Providing Designated Drivers In Style?

LCT Magazine
Posted on June 7, 2010

DUI DANGERS: One New Jersey company has RECEIVED ATTENTION for its DESIGNATED DRIVING SERVICE; could this concept be adapted to chauffeured transportation? For example, clients would get a "chauffeur team," one to drive them in a black vehicle, and the second drives their car home. Of course, the client(s) pay for the service. By advertising the cost versus an average DUI expense, such a sobering pitch would likely be enticing enough. Not to mention that helping motorists avoid DUIs is a tremendous public service that would raise any operator's reputation and profile.

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