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    Designated Drivers in Montreal.

    http://www.chauffeur-designe.ca/index.php/en/

    Just to let people know that if they drink too much there is a way to get your car home or back to the hotel Do not drink & drive........

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    I have been trying to learn and understand Montreal's public transportation system. I am now taking the subway for 3$. Bus fair to the airport is 10$. It seems like a cab ride anywhere in town is less than 10$. Parking my car at the hotel costs more than what I typically pay for public transportation. Why would anyone risk a huge fine by driving?

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    Not sure what cab you are using, but everytime i used a cab in MTL its just so over priced... even for very short distance. So much i decided to not use them anymore, unless total nessesity. Subway on the other hand is pretty good, for a small 3$ you can use both SUBWAY AND BUS to get where you want, only thing is you need to not be too much in a hurry, because the bus is less conevient than the subway in term of wait time.

    Also i think subway close around 1:30 am even on week end, so better not go to a bar too far... Wish the subway would be open til at least 4 am on week end... seem only normal.

    Now as for drinking and driving, of course you DON'T !! Its not about the fine, think about the security first, both of yourself but also of the others.
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    I think that 0.1 was a good blood alcohol level but now a days I think that the blood alcohol level is something like 0.04 in Montreal? Hell, I wake up at 0.04. There is no problem with driving below 0.1 in my opinion. However, I am not going to pay a fine for it when cabs and public transportation is so inexpensive.

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    Thats 0.08 ... unless you are a young driver under 18 or other special conditions... Not sure if the american version is different. But in any case 0.08 is more or less 1 or 2 beer depending on your physical type, time elapsed betwen them and such...
    Here's to the people we've met, and the people we've fucked And to those of us who have had no such luck Here's to beer in the glass and vodka in the cup Here's to poking her in the ass so she won't get knocked up Here's to all of you and here's to me... Together as friends we should always be... But if we should ever disagree... Then fuck all of you and here's to me! - Tucker Max

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halloween Mike View Post
    Not sure what cab you are using, but everytime i used a cab in MTL its just so over priced... even for very short distance. S
    Try Uber.com
    Liberals have destroyed both the US and Canada.

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    This lead me to a page asking me to sign up? Well when i need a cab its usually on the heat of the moment, one thing for sure i can't go on the internet or else. Actually i don't call cabs anymore, what i learn about that is usually you have the time to see 12 pass by the time yours has not yet arrived...

    I swear, the last 2 times i waited for a cab, i waited around 20 to 30 mins, no jokes, let around 8 pass because im a good guy, didn't want to call a cab only to make them move for nothing, so i waited for mine, but those 2 times i finally had to say "screw it" and wave one...
    Here's to the people we've met, and the people we've fucked And to those of us who have had no such luck Here's to beer in the glass and vodka in the cup Here's to poking her in the ass so she won't get knocked up Here's to all of you and here's to me... Together as friends we should always be... But if we should ever disagree... Then fuck all of you and here's to me! - Tucker Max

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    Quote Originally Posted by hungry101 View Post
    Hell, I wake up at 0.04.

    Bahahahahahaha.

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    I spent some time in Mississippi and a designated driver there is allowed to drink and drive. No, I am not having a few drinks as I am writing this, it’s true. Mississippi is the only jurisdiction in North America where it is legal to drink and drive, provided that you are not driving while impaired. The limit is similar to Quebec at 0.08, which is reasonable.

    I can see how it would be nice to enjoy a cold beer while driving in the summertime. However, legally allowing motorists the option of drinking while behind the wheel would not work in major cities. Mississippi is an exception as it’s located in a highly conservative area in the U.S. Deep South. As someone who’s spent time there, I can tell you that you’re not going to have too many party goers in Mississippi ...

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    I’ve used Uber mostly when I’m in town. I also find that the local taxis are way overpriced. Also, unless your on a major street it’s hard to find a taxi.

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    Uber is just so easy and convienient. I have not used regular taxis in an area that uber operates since I signed up.

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