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EXECUTIVE LIMOUSINES SUPPORTS SOBER DRIVING

It seems like this time of year, more people than ever get caught drinking and driving. Drinking and getting behind the wheel is attributed to more deaths than any other type of automobile accident. So, we want to give you that little reminder that it’s better to plan ahead if you know you will be attending any kind of holiday parties or after hours parties.  Call Executive Limousines to drive you anywhere throughout New York City or Long Island and you can avoid getting a DUI or even winding up in jail.  That would be no way to spend the holidays!

We make it easy for you to enjoy the holidays by offering affordable car service throughout NYC and Long Island.  Accidents and fatalities behind the wheel spike during the holiday season, with New Year’s Eve being one of the most deadly nights of the year.  Wouldn’t it be more fun to let someone else drive?  Hire one of our limo drivers to take you out on the town during the holidays or on New Year’s Eve so that you can avoid the hassle of finding a designated driver.  Plus, you can party in the limo and just have a great time with your friends and family.  Get dressed up and live large with a beautiful stretch limo, party bus, hummer or limo SUV and bring the whole gang. No one has to worry about drinking and driving and therefore everyone in your whole party will have a wonderful evening.

Aside from the risk of getting a DUI or getting in an accident, there are many benefits of hiring a limo service in New York to get you to and from the parties.

>        Helps you to avoid traffic

>        Less worry of parking or finding your car towed away

>        More convenient transportation

>        Chauffeurs know the best routes to get you to your party or events on time

>        Most of all… spending an evening in a limo is just more fun than driving!

Happy Holidays to everyone and please remember to stay safe, sober and sensible. DON’T EVER get behind the wheel or ride as a passenger with someone who is intoxicated. It’s simply not worth the risk.