Three Ways to Avoid a Drunk Driving Accident in San Francisco This New Year’s Eve

by Staff Blogger | December 29th, 2014

New Year’s Eve is just around the corner and many residents of the San Francisco Bay area are preparing for the coming festivities. One of the most important preparations a partygoer can make is figuring out how to safely get home.

Each year, there are dozens in our city who become California drunk driving victims. That’s why city officials and many organizations around San Francisco are ramping up efforts to keep drunk drivers off the road this holiday.

NBC Bay Area News reports that San Francisco’s public BART Trains will run for extended hours on New Year’s Eve. The trains will operate until 3 A.M. with stops occurring once every 20 minutes at each location after midnight.

The California personal injury attorneys at Berg Injury Lawyers want everyone to have a safe and happy New Year’s Eve. That’s why the firm will be providing free cab rides home to those who’ve had too much to drink. View our Safe and Sober press release for details and to get the numbers of the cab companies you need to call for your free ride home.

If you need a way to get your car home safely, organizations like Be My DD offer those who have had too much to drink a team of drivers to get you and your vehicle home safely. Just call their number and schedule a pick up.

We hope these tips help you to have a Happy—and safe—New Year’s Eve!