Taxi Resources for the Holiday SeasonPublished on December 27, 2012
Happy Holidays from the McIntyre Law Firm to you and your family.
This time of year should be full of celebrations with family and friends, and free of the tragedy that can come from mixing alcohol and driving. We hope that you have been enjoying the holidays, and with New Year’s Eve right around the corner, that you’ll keep safety in mind.
Our recently released Oklahoma drunk driving statistics show that despite a decrease in alcohol-related crashes in the state of Oklahoma, alcohol-related fatalities remain high. As you head out to New Year’s Eve parties this weekend, please don’t drink and drive. Allow us to suggest an alternative:
Yellow Cab Company
107 NW 14th St, Oklahoma City, OK
Independent Cab Company
7612 NW 8th St, Oklahoma City, OK
OKC Thunder Cab Charlie
Oklahoma City, OK
OKC Green Taxi
7015 Lyrewood Ln, Oklahoma City, OK 73132
5303 South Sheridan Road, Tulsa, OK
523 South Sheridan Road, Tulsa
C Moore Taxi Service
1330 N Nogales Ave, Tulsa, OK
Tulsa Taxicab, LLC
3268 S Cincinnati Ave
The 2011 DUI Report shows that many alcohol-related crashes occurred on rural unlit roads. If you are celebrating this holiday season, and are out of the reach of a taxi service, please designate a sober driver before you head out for the evening.
In addition, many alcohol-related crashes involve a second vehicle. If you are driving over the weekend, exercise extra caution around your fellow drivers. We’d like to believe that everyone on the roads is as conscientious as we are, but sadly everyone isn’t. Please do your part to keep the roads safe, designate a driver, and don’t let your friends get behind the wheel after drinking.
Stay safe this New Year.
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