Monday, 31 October 2011

Alcohol times and drink driving death toll: Don't become a statistic

As I was researching information on the times motorists need our service the most (outside of the obvious Friady-Saturday nights) I came accross a very interesting fact.

Did you know that police breatalizing operations find drivers over the limit up until 10am on a Sunday morning?

This shows to say that a common wrong assumption is that a good night sleep will take care of a well fuelled time the night before.

I had a customer recently telling me that he had a shock when he breathalized himself at 8am after an extended function lunch the day before. Although he stopped drinking at 7pm he still scored 0.7 in the morning.
For the record, he locked the car and called a cab to go to work!

Hereunder is the link towards few things every motorist should be aware of when taking the wheel after few drinks.

TAC drink driving facts

Alcohol times

 12am -6am6am – 8am8am – 10am10am – 2pm2pm – 4pm4pm – 6pm6pm – 12am

 Don't become a statistic - never drink & drive!

Friday, 7 October 2011


The list of establishments promoting our service is growing everyday. Thanks to all!

Robarta, Saint Kilda
The restaurant is open for both late afternoon snacks and evening meals. Enjoy great food and wine in true St Kilda style and embience. Then sip on few cocktails whilst listening to live band music or dance early on to chillout grooves followed by the best commercial house in town!

Windows On the Bay, Mordialloc
At the forefront of thier vision and philisophy is to provide quality food in a relaxed environment. An Australian/European inspired menu following the "faites simple" principle in a peaceful environment overlooking the bay.

The Cerberus Beach House, Beaumaris
This restaurant and bar overlooks one of the most spectacular bays just over 20KM south of Melbourne CBD. Have dinner and watc the boats sail past and the sun go down! Serving up locally sourced seasonal foods throughout the year.

The Best-Western Buckingham International, Highett
Situated in the Bayside suburb of Highett, the Buckingham has a well-deserved excellent reputation for functions, accomodation, friendly bar and excellent restaurant. One of the best Porterhouse steak I've had in Melbourne! (Yan, steak lover!)

Soon to come a blurb for each of our Beach Side partners: The Hemisphere in Moorabbin, Melbourne Golf Academy, Peninsula Golf Club in Frankston, Yarra Yarra Golf Club, Sandringham Yacht Club, Sandringham Footy Club, Donnovan's in Brighton , Vincent's in Black Rock, Brighton Middle Baths, the Royal Oak hotel in Cheltenham, The Elsternwick Hotel, The Red Rhumba in Malvern, The Bay and Main Street cafe in Mordialloc, Michelangelo in Aspendale Garden, Cafe Blah-Blah in Mentone.