Talk:Designated driver

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Should this article/stub really be listed as a drink, as seen at the bottom of the page? -- 22:58, 24 April 2006 (UTC)

Not a Stub[edit]

I hope you guys agree, I don't think this qualifies as a stub any longer. It's been fleshed our enough to describe the topic JBEvans 17:28, 2 May 2006 (UTC)

This article doesn't meet have proper citation and should be noted as being poor quality until it does. It also rambles and has things that violate Wikipedia NPOV guidelines.

Designated Driver Kicked Out of Florida Bar for Not Drinking Alcohol[edit]

MIAMI — A Florida man who said he only wanted to do the right thing by driving his beer-drinking friends instead was designated for disrespect by a bar owner who allegedly beat him up before tossing him, a Miami TV station reported Wednesday.,2933,250793,00.html Crocoite 01:44, 8 February 2007 (UTC)

Globalisation needed[edit]

I don't think it's quite bad enough for a {{globalize/USA}} tag, but it's not far off. Unfortunately I don't know much about initiatives around the world, but (for example) the "Businesses" section doesn't mention anywhere other than the U.S. at all, and I hope that can be improved. Loganberry (Talk) 02:25, 1 December 2008 (UTC)

Commentary moved here from the the content page[edit]

The Dial-A-Driver concept was created in Hervey bay Queensland in 1985 and since then many other similar businesses have been imitating and copying our system,Former employees would gain the experience and go out and start there own concept, failing of providing full insurance to cover a clients vehicle or for personal injuries and or property and using disclaimers as there escape from paying high insurance premiums ,many people are not aware of what can actually happen and should be made aware of these cheap imitating designated driver services, if the worst case scenario was to happen or an unlikely accident was to occur at the fault of a designated driver, offering to pay the excess DOES NOT work in the court of law as the Driver,The Business & Owner of the Business will be sued without a leg to stand on.This is why we are 100% fully insured which is exclusive for which we have extended contingency insurance the name "DIAL-A-DRIVER" is registered and legal action will be pending.We have strict guidelines and a full OH&S compliance with policy and procedures in place.We are also franchising as of 2012, so when a franchisee purchases a franchise they will be paying for the name,our franchises meet the FAC Criteria. --Dialadriveraust (talk) 01:26, 12 March 2012 (UTC)--Dialadriveraust (talk) 01:26, 12 March 2012 (UTC)--Dialadriveraust (talk) 01:26, 12 March 2012 (UTC)