As we rest in the comforts of the availability of modern accouterments to nearly every facet of life, one important area has not gone overlooked, and that segment includes people who drink, own vehicles, and carry smartphones.
In a world of Uber & Wallapop, modern smart-phone apps allowing users to hire drivers and sell goods – respectively, impaired motorists have not been ignored as we’ve seen an increase in the number of transportation based businesses targeting people likely to drink and drive.
These new designated driver & personal chauffeur services are generally geared towards those who may likely need a designated driver, are looking to hire a designated driver, or people who have already been arrested for Driving While Intoxicated, but have started to take advantage of a better decision making process which includes avoiding DWI.
Designated Driver Services
Some designated driver services like BeMyDD offers professionals that will drive your car and get you and your car home safely in addition to offering a personal chauffeur service much like SafeWay Drivers. Prices for services like these are manageable ranging from 14$ per hour on up to 200$ per hour for a more elite level of service. Some of the reasons we recommend taking advantage of these services include;
- They’re cheap and affordable,
- They’re the best option as opposed to drunk driving,
- Avoiding arrest in lue of an existing DWI case,
- Houston, TX has many drivers available, so any wait time will be limited,
- Public safety,
- and your safety.
Attorney Tad Nelson recommends that you take advantage of such services in order to avoid arrest or a dangerous accident as opposed to buzzed or drunk driving if you’ll be drinking when away from home. Although we pride ourselves on being successful DWI lawyers, it’s always best to play it safe.
Avoiding Arrest for Impaired Driving
Knowledge and strategy are great concepts, but executing what you know is the best way to avoid suffering the embarrassment and inconvenience of being arrested by the Houston Police Department for driving while impaired. You can be charged with DUI if you’re under the influence of drugs (legal or illegal) or alcohol while operating a motor vehicle in Texas. The consequences for such offenses can be severe, so we advise caution when in relative predicaments.