January 2, 2019

3 Ways To Avoid a DUI in 2019

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As we head into the new year, many of us will soon be coming up with resolutions and goals that we would like to achieve with a fresh start in the new year. Aside from the familiar resolutions like going to the gym and eating better, many of us can also make smarter decisions, including ones that involve drinking and driving.

Catching up with old friends, family members and co-workers should always be enjoyed responsibly. As one of the top choices when it comes to DUI attorneys in Burlington County, at The Law Offices of Jason C. Pollack, P.C., we give out tips to drivers to help them avoid a potential DUI.

Never Drive If You Don’t Have to

We know how much fun it is catching up with old friends. Sometimes, we end up drinking more than we should. However, if the only way you have of getting there is driving, we recommend you be very careful with how much you drink. Even if you already drove there, we recommend always taking a Lyft or Uber home (or having a sober friend drive you home) and returning for your car the following morning.

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

One of the best ways for everyone in your group of friends to all have a good time is to always have a rotation of a designated driver. Having someone who can drive to and from will help make the day or night go much more smoothly. It’s much better to drive your buddy home instead of picking him up from the police district.

Be Smart

Since alcohol affects everyone differently, only you know if you’re in a good condition to drive or not. Making smart moves like not drinking any liquor or mixing in a glass of water in between every beer or drink will help you be able to drive home at the end of the night.

Anyone in need of a DUI attorney in the Burlington County area should look no further than our team at The Law Offices of Jason C. Pollack, P.C. More information can be found on our legal services by giving us a call anytime at 856-210-9532.

 

Author: Jason Pollack
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