Be Safe Monaco doubles down on efforts to get partygoers home safely

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Be Safe Monaco is returning this summer with a buoyed-up awareness campaign and increased free shuttle service for revellers who might have had a little too much fun on a night out.  

In 2017, Camille Gottlieb, Princess Stephanie of Monaco’s daughter, suffered a personal loss when a good friend was killed after riding his scooter following an evening out. Since then, she has been a strong anti-drink driving advocate and went as far as creating a unique organisation with four friends – Charlotte Marsan, Margaux Grundstein, Andrea Puzar and Laura Dias – to try and prevent any more unnecessary loss of life.   

Be Safe Monaco was the result. The association has taken on the mammoth task of informing young people and adults to the dangers of drink driving via awareness programmes, and has also set up a free summertime shuttle system for people who may have imbibed a bit too much on evenings out.  


Last summer, Be Safe’s weekend shuttle service picked up over 200 people from Port Hercule and took them safely home to addresses around the Principality and in neighbouring French villages.  

This year, with the support of Flavio Briatore’s Twiga, which is financing a driver from partner Five Star Valets, Be Safe Monaco is extending this service to seven days a week from 1am to 6am. It will run until 20th August.

An additional pick-up point has been organised in the Larvotto area, one of the busiest nightlife hotspots in Monaco, to encourage more potential drink drivers to keep off the road.


In addition to awareness campaigns and the shuttle service, the team is also distributing breathalysers this summers so that revellers can see for themselves where their blood alcohol level is before setting off in a car, thus preventing possible accidents.  

Last weekend saw 27 people from Jimmy’z, Twiga, Sass Café and La Rascasse use the service. The coming weeks will hopefully see those numbers increase.  

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