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If you are in the process of planning a big party for the groom-to-be and a big group of friends, you might be thinking about one potential issue -- drinking and driving. It's only natural that at least some of the guests will want to imbibe during the party, and drinking and driving is certainly something to be concerned about. Luckily, following these tips can help prevent this issue from turning an otherwise fun night into something dangerous.
1. Rent a Limo for Transportation
One excellent tip for any bachelor party is to hire a limo service from a transportation company like On Time Taxi & Limo LLC to drive everyone around . It can help prevent anyone from having to walk or drive from place to place -- particularly if you are planning on going bar hopping or are otherwise planning on visiting multiple places throughout the evening -- and can add a touch of luxury to the evening. Plus, everyone can ride together and have a ton of fun in the limousine. One of the main perks of renting a limo for the night is the fact that no one will have to worry about drinking and driving. You won't have to worry about the cabs shutting down or otherwise being left behind, either, as long as you let the driver and limo rental company know that you want to rent the service for the evening.
2. Choose a Place for Everyone to Crash
Another option is to keep the party going at a hotel, in a rented home or in one of the party guest's homes. This can be beneficial for a few reasons -- it can give the group a little more time to hang out, it can cut costs if you head back to the house early in the evening instead of spending the entire night out on the town, and it can give everyone a place to crash for the evening. When everyone has a place to "sleep it off," there is no reason for any of the guests to get behind the wheel after drinking.
As you can see, it is entirely possible to help prevent drinking and driving at a bachelor party. If you are concerned about how you or one of your guests will be able to indulge while still getting home safely, consider using one or both of these ideas to help keep all of the guests -- as well as everyone else who might be on the road on the night of the party -- safe.