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Happy New Year! Please Don’t Drink And Drive

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A brand new year is definitely something worth celebrating. To some it’s a fresh start after a dark chapter, to others it’s the potential for even more success than the year before.

As a nation, celebration and alcohol consumption go hand-in-hand, and that’s one thing we love about our parties. But unfortunately cabs and journeys home rarely go together.

So this New Year’s Eve, after a 2018 packed with cutting chemicals from our food, increasing how much water we drink, hitting the gym harder than ever, going vegan, reducing processed sugar dropping plastic dependency and and upping our recycling game, let’s not ruin it all by being a danger on the road.

“As a nation, celebration and alcohol consumption go hand-in-hand, and that’s what we love about our parties. But unfortunately cabs and journeys home rarely go together.”

We know you see loads of these appeals, but we’re hoping at least one gets through:

If you’re driving home, don’t drink.

If you accidentally have too much to drink – leave your car at the venue and get a cab home.

We promise, the awkward bus/friend ride to your car the next day will be a whole lot funnier than the terrible consequences of what can happen if you decide to disrespect everyone walking by or driving on the roads that night by driving drunk.

“We’d love to see a whole army of people having fun, but being responsible. #MaltaRoadsCabMeHome”

This new year, let’s all have the safest one yet – and if you do get smashed and take a cab home, snap a selfie, post it on your Insta-story and tag Lovin Malta! We’d love to see a whole army of people having fun, but being responsible. #MaltaRoadsCabMeHome

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