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What is a designated driver, Sober driver and Safe ride?

Introduction: Learn about designated drivers and their role in promoting responsible drinking. A designated driver is a person who refrains from alcohol consumption. They agree to drive their friends or family members home after a night out. Provide your keys to a MyDDride driver and we will drive you home safely in the comfort of…

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Call a Designated Driver for a safe ride home, stop the tragedy!

Drunk Driving does not discriminate. It takes sons, spouses, mothers, daughters, fathers, grandparents, and grandchildren. If it has not impacted you or someone you love, it still could. If you are drinking and you need to get your vehicle home hire a designated driver to chauffeur you home and that is a start to saving…

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They’re back and in full force; Don’t Drink and Drive

The days of lockdowns and COVID restrictions seem to be behind us now. Check stops and Sobriety check points are appearing more and more. Drinking and driving is being cracked down on. While you might have been able to sneak by with one drink these are the facts when it comes to driving impaired. Alcohol…

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Why should I hire a designated driver for a safe ride home?

One of the most important lessons taught to every learner driver is to avoid drinking alcohol completely if you are planning to drive. This fundamental rule and its dangers are repeated over and over by a combination of parents, driving instructors, and emergency services. But unfortunately, this does not deter everyone from driving whilst under…

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Drug-impaired driving

Driving High can get you a DUI Drugs can impair your ability to drive safely and increase the risk of getting into a collision. In fact, cannabis increases your chance of a car accident. The percentage of Canadian drivers killed in vehicle crashes who test positive for drugs now actually exceeds the numbers who test…

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Sleep-deprived driving

Sleep-deprived driving (commonly known as tired driving, drowsy driving, or fatigued driving) is the operation of a motor vehicle while being cognitively impaired by a lack of sleep. Sleep deprivation is a major cause of motor vehicle accidents, and it can impair the human brain as much as alcohol beverages can. Risks include falling asleep…

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How do the weather affect driving without being impaired?

Why should you drive slower at night? Extreme weather conditions can make a difference in your normal driving. That mostly affects your ability to see, which is very limited in adverse weather conditions such as rain, fog, ice, snow, and dust. Among all weather conditions, fog is probably the most dangerous, so if you are…

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