Are you ready for all the fun New Year's Eve festivities happening on Friday?

New Year's Eve is fast approaching and you know what that means? It is almost time to party like we are never going to party again. While New Year's Eve is a time for celebration, we also have to remember that a night full of alcohol consumption requires responsibility so we all make it home safe at the end of the night.

Do not drink and drive. Instead, get a sober ride!

ND Sober Ride and Vision Zero are back at it again, issuing Lyft vouchers. According to Vision Zero's website, people needing rides can claim online discounts for $10 off rides with Lyft through January 2, 2022. So, if you do not have a designated driver, you still have the option to get a safe ride home without spending a ton of money to get there. All you have to do to get the voucher is enter the code VZWINTER1 on the Lyft App.

The North Dakota Highway Patrol will be looking for drunk drivers on New Year's Eve.

Choosing to drink and drive is risky in big ways. If caught driving under the influence, you could see jail time and hefty fines. If you are not caught and fined, there is still the risk of getting into a car wreck and injuring or killing people. And the police will do what they can to prevent such devastation. KX News reports that the North Dakota Highway Patrol will be stepping up its efforts to keep the roads safe this holiday weekend.

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