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What’s Your Get Home Safe Postgame Strategy?

Last updated on May 16th, 2017 at 02:40 pm

The end of the 2016 football season is coming up. The divisional playoffs, the conference championships and then … The Big Game.

Many people are making big plans for the football’s season finale. Millions of fans across the country will be gathering for parties, and some lucky ones will be heading to the actual games. While there are only a few games left, there’s still plenty of time to enjoy them — just be sure to do it safely.

Making plans to watch the games are undoubtedly your top priority for entertainment, don’t forget to plan for your Get Home Safe postgame strategy. Here are some tips to for partygoers and hosts to help everyone Get Home Safe®:

  • Plymouth Rock Assurance auto policyholders can use Get Home Safe for a one-way taxi or rideshare reimbursement. It’s a unique safety benefit that comes with every Plymouth Rock auto policy at no extra charge.
  • If you do plan to drink, make sure to designate a driver who will not be drinking alcohol.
  • For those who are hosting parties, have the number for local cab companies handy should your guests need one.
  • The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration recommends that hosts serve plenty of food and non-alcoholic beverages.

Keep in mind that Get Home Safe isn’t just for Plymouth Rock auto policyholders who choose to drink at parties – it can be used for any situation, other than mechanical breakdown, in which you do not feel safe driving. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions and important information with regard to Get Home Safe.

This year’s winter weather has been erratic, with snow along with freezing and mild temperatures, alike. For those who will be driving to games or parties, brush up on tips for driving on the snow and ice. Just for good measure, here are some tips for driving at night.

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