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St. Patrick’s Day Roadside Tips

St. Patrick’s Day Roadside Tips

St. Patrick's Day Safety Tips

St. Patrick’s Day is upon us but before you go out and drink all the green beer your liver can handle, you should engrave these safety tips into your mind to keep you, and your party, safe. 

Let’s not beat around the bush regarding this day: St. Patrick’s Day has lost much, if not all, of its original and intended religious undertone here in the United States. It is a day in which Americans across the nation hit the bars and drink to their heart’s content. Unfortunately, some inebriated Americans also choose to drive on this day, which leads to injuries and sometimes death. If you are going to celebrate with alcohol, please follow these tips to ensure your safety!

  1. Public Transportation
    It may take longer to get to your destination, but you will arrive safely and without a DUI. Just make sure to look up what time your line of transportation closes – if there is such a deadline for public transportation in your city.
  2. Ride-Sharing Services
    Lyft or Uber can get you where you need to go. It may cost a few more dollars than public transportation, but what you lose in capital you make up for in time. And remember, a $60 Lyft ticket is better than everything that comes with a DUI.
  3. Party Indoors
    Who says you have to go to a bar to have fun? The drinks are expensive, the music is always trash, and you are surrounded by people with questionable motives. Host a St. Patrick’s Day party at your place and invite all your friends! Just make sure that your friends have a way to get back home that doesn’t involve them driving.

The right health insurance can protect you during this most green of holidays. Call Remland Insurance today for additional safety information or to update your California home insurance policy in Orange County and surrounding areas – 714.532.3341


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