Saint Patrick’s Day, March 17th, is still a couple of weeks away but it isn’t too soon to plan for it. One thing you want to start planning, now, is how you’re going to get around that day. Whether you’ll be bar-hopping all day or making one trip from home to mass and back, you won’t want to be driving. Like it or not, the fact is that some people are going to be consuming alcohol, and some of them lots of it. And it’ll be happening all day long. So, even if you’re going to church at 9:00 a.m., there will be revelers out there drinking green beers, already.
A Lyft or Uber Offers a Safer Alternative
Unfortunately, and dangerously, some of those same people will be driving. Whatever your Saint Patrick’s Day celebration may involve, for your own safety you may want to consider using Lyft or Uber to get there. In the unfortunate event of an Uber accident or Lyft accident in New Jersey, you’ll be protected by the $1.5 million worth of liability and Uninsured/Uninsured Motorist Insurance coverage which New Jersey law requires transportation network companies like Uber and Lyft.
ERIN GO BRAGH!!!
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