Operations

Limo Chauffeurs Keep A Close Eye On Prom Passengers

Posted on May 9, 2012

KENTWOOD, Mich. — Parents often prefer to have a group of kids in a limo or bus instead of their car because they don’t want teens distracted or drinking and driving. But local authorities and limo service owners are doing their part to prevent underage drinking on prom night.

Some companies have a zero tolerance policy that says if anyone sneaks alcohol onto a bus or limo, the ride is over and the students are taken home.

Read the full story from WZZM 13, ABC’s Grand Rapids, Mich. affiliate, by clicking here.

Michael Campos, LCT associate editor

Related Topics: limousine safety, Michigan operators, passenger safety, proms

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