Ring in the New Year Safely With These Tips

Ring in the New Year Safely With These Tips

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Stay Safe on New Year’s Eve With These Tips

With the New Year right around the corner, it is the best time to start looking for the prefect party plans to celebrate. While most people think of the dangerous effects of drinking and driving during the holidays, there are also many dangers when it comes to drinking and walking. Keep these New Year’s safety tips in mind to ensure that you have a fun and safe holiday.

  • Wear light colored clothing and bring a flashlight if you are planning on walking home after your holiday party to ensure that passing drivers will be able to see you while you walk down the street.
  • Never walk home by yourself. A large group of people is much easier to see than a single person walking down the road. If it is possible, have a designated, sober chaperone that can keep an eye on everything.
  • Always walk on sidewalks and follow all pedestrian rules. Never walk on a highway and only cross the street if there is a designated crosswalk.
  • If you are bringing a bottle of champagne with you to your party, make sure to keep it chilled and try not to shake it when you are walking. Warm bottles are much more likely to pop unexpectedly, which can cause serious injury.

If you are driving on New Year’s, make sure that you drive slowly and watch out for people who are walking. Be especially careful around areas that have bars and restaurants.

As the year comes to an end, it is the perfect time to look over all of your insurance policies to ensure that you have the right amount of coverage for the coming year. Contact the insurance professionals at Club Agency in Garden City, New York for all of your insurance needs.



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