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    Question: I heard that you can't be a designated driver if you were under 21. Is this true?

    Answer: That is absolutely not true. Anyone with a valid drivers license can act as a designated driver. And people under 21 cannot legally drink, making them perfect designated drivers.

    However, it can be more difficult to be a designated driver if you're not 21 since you cannot get into bars.

    But if you're a really great friend and believe in ensuring your friends' safety, you can still wait in the parking lot and serve as a designated driver.


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    1 thru 5 of 9 comments    [ 1 ]  2    
    On 03/03/06
    curious teen from IL said:
    I heard that if you're under 21 you can NOT be a designated driver for someone who's under 21 and has been drinking. Is this true?
    On 09/02/05
    jennifer from MO said:
    I just received an mip of alcohol in missouri and was wondering what the fine was going to be and if i needed an lawyer.
    On 03/29/04
    Nanette from IL said:
    In the state of Illinois is possible to get an 18year old in to a bar as a driver to get everyone home at the end of the night. Its for a wedding reception.
    On 10/07/03
    Alexis from CT said:
    All you need to do with that if you are seriously into thinking about fighting against this law is to talk to people about your concern. In fact get a group of people who are concerened with the same issue, and get yourself a patition. You can even talk to your teachers to ask them if you can discuss this issue to your class. But make sure you are well researched before diving into this. And once everything you have to say is oppinioned and voiced, and you get other people involved bring it to the attention of the senate of you state, because he can help it out greatly.
    On 09/26/03
    Jim from NM said:
    Drugs are the gratest thing that has ever happend to me. I fill so good when I smoke a duby and snort crack. Thinks for your time.
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