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Thanks to the Mumbai Police's sustained campaign against drunken driving, clubs and gymkhana's too have decided to hire drivers to take their members and patrons back home safely after the New Year eve bash. So if your driver wants a holiday on January 1, chances are that he was not partying around New Year revellers who have had more than just a drink. Thanks to the police's drive against drunken driving, there has been a growing demand for drivers for duty on December 31st. Do you also have such type of arrangement in your cities?? Comment??

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Asked by cyrus irani, 30 Dec '07 06:02 pm
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You are right...But
they should be on an on-going basis.
Answered by AYYAMPALAYAM RAGHAVENDRARAO, 30 Dec '07 06:03 pm

 
  
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