Saturday, May 1, 2010

DUI Check points in Fayetteville

This was posted in the Fayetteville Observer. It's late Friday night on one of Fayetteville's busiest thoroughfares.
Traffic is backed up several blocks as dozens of Fayetteville police officers and Highway Patrol troopers stand alongside Bragg Boulevard, calmly checking the license and registration of each driver who passes through.
The checkpoint will result in some tickets for minor violations and a few warnings. The real goal, though, is to stop those suspected of drunken driving.
But it can be frustrating, some lawmen and activists say, when the names and faces of those being pulled over begin to get familiar.
In Cumberland County, the average drunken-driving defendant has one of the longest waits in the state before his case is heard. In the meantime, the offender is often back on the road and - in some cases - getting new DWI charges. 

If DDI can help you avoid the headache of a DUI, DWI Call us at 910-488-9451 or make a reservation at

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Designated Driver, Inc (DDI) impostors

It has been brought to our attention that there are Designated Driver, Inc (DDI) impostors working in the Fayetteville area.  Not only did these unscrupulous people take a customers money they left him stranded (inebriated) in the boonies of the Parkton area having to drive himself the rest of the way home.

Don't risk getting yourself into a possibly dangerous situation.  DDI Drivers always wear the familiar gold shirt with monogrammed DDI in black. Look for the Designated Driver, Inc light on top of the vehicle.
If you have any doubts always call the Designated Driver, Inc dispatcher @ 910.488.9451 to verify your drivers identity.

Our goal at DDI is not only to keep our roads safe, but to ensure the safety of our customer as well.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Something to Think About Before You Drink and Drive

Something to Think About Before You Drink and Drive...

Levels of Punishment for Drunk Driver in the State of North Carolina

  • Level One Punishment. A Level One offender faces 30 days to 24 months in prison and may also be fined up to $4,000.
  • Level Two Punishment. A Level Two offender faces seven days to 12 months in prison and may also be fined up to $2,000.
  • Level Three Punishment. A Level Three offender faces 72 hours to six months in prison and may also be fined up to $1,000.
  • Level Four Punishment. A Level Four offender faces 48 hours to 120 days in prison and may also be fined up to $500.
  • Level Five Punishment. A Level Five offender faces 24 hours to 60 days in prison and may also be fined up to $200.
Call Designated Driver, Inc (910)'s cheaper, safer and easier!
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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Designated Driver, Inc and Thanksgiving 2009

Designated Driver, Inc of Fayetteville, NC is getting ready for Thanksgiving and the people who will use the service. Please help keep the roads safe for the holidays. Call  910-488-9451 or contact us through the webpage

Sunday, November 1, 2009

DDI Price change

We have changed the prices as of November 01 2009. The prices are now $35 for the first 10 miles, $45 for 11-20 miles, $60 for 21-30 miles. Please visit the web page for more information Click Here or call 910-488-9451

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Designated Driver, Inc Happy Halloween

Designated Driver, Inc wishes all a happy Halloween. Please drink responsibly and drive safe,  if you have your car with you and need help call us at 910-488-9451 or contact us through our web site

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Designated Driver

From a story in Tuesday's edition of the Fayetteville Observer: A California couple allowed a thirteen year old boy to drive them home after they had had too much to drink. They each had several DUI's between them and thought having him drive them home would help avoid another DUI. It turned out not to be the best plan of action....duh.

If you want a professional designated driver contact us 910.488.9451 or we will get you home NO DUI Guaranteed.