If you've had a particularly heavy session, be advised that you may still be over the limit the following morning.
It should be known that there are differing regional attitudes towards drink driving, certain rural areas consider drink driving to be more acceptable simply because there is no better way to get to the pub. This does not mean it is any safer or that the law will be more forgiving should you get caught. Due to this being regional, while it may be common practice in certain rural areas of, say Yorkshire or Kent, everywhere else in the UK this is considered serious business and is more than frowned upon, for obvious reasons. If you are unable to drive, ask the bar staff for a taxi and they will call one for you. Some larger pubs may also have a dedicated phone that connects to a taxi service.
** Biker bars: Similar in tone to "alternative" bars and pubs but more geared towards local motorcycle groups. Tend to be rowdier and noisier and somewhat less welcoming of outsiders, unless they are other riders visiting the area and wanting a familiar place to hang out. If you do accidentally end up in one, as long as you donít actively cause trouble you should be fine at least for a quick drink, but if the bartender suggests you go elsewhere, either before you order or as a quiet suggestion to follow when youíve finished your pint, you should take their advice. Anyone who barges in and starts throwing their weight around in a biker bar is probably TooDumbToLive - while you probably wonít die youíre very likely to get thrown out in such a way youíll end up with quite a lot of bumps and bruises for your trouble.
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