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WSVN -- Cheers to a whole lot of fun this season, but we all know some times we may indulge in a litle too much holiday cheer, so a safe ride home is a must.

David Zwick: "It's very easy to meet your driver with the cool red cap right outside your location."

The new, stylish way to get around town is "Red Cap." It's a one-way car service based in Ft. Lauderdale which uses your car and their drivers so you never have to leave your car behind.

David Zwick: "We'll deliver a driver wherever they are to drive them home in their own car. Our drivers are licensed, bonded and insured. Complete criminal background check, and regularly drug tested."

So let's say you drive your car to a bar restaurant or party, you simply notify Red Cap when you're ready to leave.

David Zwick: "They can call, text or email or reserve in advance."

Red Cap then sends one of their drivers to get you home in your own car.

Bonnie Grady: "On a Saturday night when I know my husband and I are looking forward to a nice meal and a couple of glasses of wine, we want make sure we're safe. It's a decision we make."

You can also hire them for your holiday party to get your guests home safely and Red Cap isn't just to prevent drinking and driving, they can be used just like a chauffeur for anything you need.

Bonnie Grady: "I have used Red Cap for a number of different reasons.They have brought us to the airport, they have run carpool for me when my husband was out of town."

Bonnie just used them to get her kids to and from the orthodontist.

Bonnie Grady: "I completely trust them with myself, my car and my children."

And just in case you were wondering, Red Cap has a fleet of cars and scooters waiting to get their drivers back once they've dropped you off, so a tip of the hat To Red Cap.

Belkys Nerey: "Red cap's services extend from West Palm to Downtown Miami. Here's the deal, you have to first become a member of "Red Cap" then pay for your rides on a mileage basis."

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Red Cap620 SE 6th CourtFort Lauderdale, FL 33301(954) 661-9300

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