It's confirmed: Uber lets you drink more

It's confirmed: Uber lets you drink more

How often have you changed your mind about ordering a second glass -- or a second bottle -- of wine, worried about driving home? (As often as necessary, hopefully.) I was contemplating the same question recently, sipping a glass of wine at a DTLA restaurant and eavesdropping on other patrons perusing the wine list. 

Responsible people, of course, act responsibly, but the range of what might be defined as “adult behavior” has expanded in the last couple of years. You don’t really need a designated driver, because, well, you already have one: Uber. Or Lyft. Or some other ride-hailing app.

Does that mean fewer people are drinking and driving and...