Drink driving webpage? All good.
Drink driving? All bad.
If your mate’s going to drink and drive, call them out. Then call them a lift, tell them to catch public transport, or give them the couch for the night.
If a mate’s going to drink and drive, call them out.
Here's a few ways to help.
Calling out a mate who’s about to drink and drive doesn’t have to be hard, but sometimes it can be delicate. Which is why we’ve created the three tools below. Yeah, they’re a little bit silly — but there’s nothing sillier than drink driving. And if one of these opens up the ‘hard conversation’ with your mate about not drink driving, then that’s a win.
Can’t keep track of how many times your mate got you a lift home? All good.
Send this Loyalty Lift card to your mate so you can pay them back for saving your life.
Ahhh the Coucher. It’s got a ridiculous dad-joke-pun-of-a-name (all good), but is pure of heart (also all good). Send a Coucher to your mate who’s about to drink drive and let them know you’re making your loungeroom their master suite for the night.
Your mate deserves nothing but the best, and the best begins and ends with them not drinking and driving. But if they’ve really, really got to get home — call them a MateLimo.
(māt-‘li-(,)mō, noun, 2020)
The act of one mate connecting another mate (who has been enjoying adult beverages) with any form of transport to get them home, so long as they’re not driving the vehicle themselves.
- You calling your mate a taxi?
- That taxi is now a MateLimo
- You calling your mate a rideshare?
- That rideshare is now a MateLimo
- You calling your dad’s private helicopter to come and collect your mate?
- That helicopter is now a MateLimo
The GIFference between All Good and All Bad.
Got the feeling a mate might be about to drink drive? Text them one of these GIFs and let them know you see what they’re up to…