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Responsible hosting should rule the day
Preventing others from driving impaired might seem like their responsibility, but as the host of a holiday party, you may be held responsible for serving alcohol to minors or over-serving to someone who then has what could be a serious accident. How to help? Don't host parties for people you know you can't control and if you want to do so, go to a restaurant where the liability is in their hands. If you do host a party, when guests RSVP, ask about their plans for a designated driver. Offer alternatives to alcohol - serve fun "mocktails" and soft drinks in abundance and be diligent about offering them to the designated drivers in your group. Provide plenty of food and activities other than drinking to give guests something else to focus on other than drinking. Stop serving the alcoholic beverages at a certain point long before the end of the party to help folks sober up before they leave. Have someone be the bartender to keep some control over the beverage consumption. When guests are leaving, do your best to make them stay if they seem too intoxicated to drive and/or encourage them to take a cab or driving service and offer to help them retrieve their car the next day. Be prepared to take the keys and call a friend, loved one or paid driver to give a guest a ride if someone is clearly over the limit and a danger.