Don’t Get a DUI This St. Patrick’s Day!

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St. Patrick’s Day is a drinker’s Christmas and it’s on this weekend this year. If you think you can get away with getting behind the wheel, even if you’re a little bit buzzed, think again.

The truth is a DUI can happen to anyone, no matter what walk of life. Another truth is that in most cases, a DUI is completely preventable.

Here are some tips and resources to avoid a DUI this St. Patrick’s Day:

The Lush Crush’s Guide for a Lucky St. Patrick’s Day

Head over to CelebrityDUI.com for some tips on how to have a fun St. Patrick’s Day and not end up a drunken mess. It’s a fun read! Speaking about fun reads, check out our St. Patrick’s Day limerick!

DUI Checkpoints and Crackdowns

Take a look at our DUI checkpoints page to see if there’s going to be increased patrolling in your neighborhood.  Chances are more officers will be patrolling, even if it’s not announced, so be on the lookout and be safe!

Sober Drivers

AAA and Bud Light are offering a Tow to Go program in the Southern United States. If you get too drunk to drive, check out this resource! You can also check out other local sober drivers in your neighborhood with websites, such as BeMyDD.com.

Remember, if you do get a DUI this St. Patrick’s Day, luck can be on your side when you hire an experienced DUI attorney right away. Click here to find a lawyer near you!

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