LOGO Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ entry 5.03:

But I'm new, scared, and I don't know anyone and I won't have a car. What in the world do I do for a ride?

First of all, don't panic. With very rare exception, there will be a ride available for you.

The biggest problem along this line is finding a ride to your first DLV activity.

If you will not be driving and need a ride, we VERY STRONGLY suggest that you stay in one of our suggested hotels so you will be near other attendees who will be willing to give you a ride.

Well in advance of your first DLV activity, post a note in the DLV Discussion Forum explaining that you will be staying in such and such a hotel and that you will need a ride to some certain activity. With rare exception, others will respond and offer you a ride.

Once you have made that initial contact, you'll find that it is very easy to arrange rides with others for the rest of the week.

A few notes about rides ...

  1. Please accept a ride with another only if you are totally willing to accept the risks of doing so, and agree that DLV organizers and attendees will not be responsible if something unexpected occurs!

  2. It is not the responsibility of the listed DLV contact people to find you a ride. If you phone the DLV contact people and ask for a ride, you will be told to please take a taxi. (Taking a taxi in Las Vegas is very "safe", even for beginners.) See below.

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