With prom season fast approaching there are a number of prevention organizations that are working to spread the word and remind teens why it is unwise to drink and drive. There are many tragic and true stories about teens venturing out on prom night without proper transportation in mind. Establishing a transportation plan for prom can often be a wise choice for many of today’s teens as it can make sure that everyone can get home safe. Here are some of the best alternatives to driving to prom for teens.
Using a Party Bus
Party buses are an excellent option for teens that want to pay the high cost of a limo. They have dedicated areas for teens to enjoy snacks, Bluetooth sound systems, and often enough room to fit between 12 and 20 people. With more party buses you can reduce the number of teens taking to the roads at prom and make sure that teens attending prom can have a ride.
Taking Public Transportation
Choosing public transportation can be a great way to make sure that everyone can get to prom safely. Organizing a bus from school can also be a simple way to make sure that more people can get to the prom if it is at a local club or event hall. If more people would charter busses or take public transportation, this would work to keep teens safe at prom.
Using uber to order an Uber X or Luxury vehicle can be an excellent way that you can get to prom in style. These luxury services can make sure that you arrive in a beautiful SUV or sedan with easy transportation.
If the event is close by you could consider taking a walk instead. Make sure you have a pair of comfortable shoes that you can walk in. You can have a perfect evening while taking care of your transportation needs.
Consider some of these top options while you are going to prom so that you can make sure you stay safe and have a proper ride.
This post was written by Wendy Doyle-Palumbo. Wendy is a New Port Richey Car Accident Lawyer at Wendy Doyle-Palumbo, Esq. Wendy has over 25 years of experience practicing law and has won several cases in helping those get the compensation that they deserve!
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