White Glove Drivers Wants to Give Justin Bieber Free Rides for a Year

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Unless you live under a rock, you've seen Justin Bieber's mug shot. The pictures, taken by Miami-Dade Corrections instead of the usual paparazzi, show the singer in red jail garb instead of his usual baggy jeans and tank top.

Bieber was arrested in Miami Beach after police witnessed two luxury sports cars drag-racing on a residential street. Bieber was booked on charges of DUI, driving with an expired license, and resisting an officer without violence. His bond is listed at $2,500.

See also: Justin Bieber's Mug Shot

The only good thing that came out of this story was the fact that no one was injured -- including the little Canadian punk himself.

One has to wonder why Bieber didn't ask one of his entourage to act as designated driver for the evening -- or at least call a taxi.

Well, one South Florida company wants to make sure the Biebs enjoys his stay in South Florida -- without ever having to get behind the wheel of a car ever again.

Sandra Ramirez, CEO of White Glove Drivers, is offering the Biebs one year of white glove driving service -- absolutely free. Ramirez wants the Biebs to know that, "White Glove Drivers loves you and wants you to always feel welcome in enjoying our beautiful city of Miami and South Florida. Enjoy our beaches, nightclubs and restaurants, just please do it responsibly -- don't drive yourself -- don't put our beautiful people at risk. Let White Glove Drivers take the wheel so you can party responsibly."

The Broward-based company offers personal drivers, complete with uniforms and white gloves, who will drive you around in your own car (be it Toyota Corolla or Yellow Lamborghini) so you can arrive at your favorite restaurant, strip club, or court-appointed rehab appointment safe and sound.

The drivers are also selected for their ability to be discreet and confidential, so that means Justin can entertain his "Beliebers" and supermodel friends in his car without anyone knowing the identity of the people he's with. We're betting Chantel Jefferies, the model who was in the baby pop singer's Lamborghini when he was stopped by police, would have been grateful for that.

Considering Justin will probably be traveling to Miami for court appearances, he may just want to take White Glove Drivers up on their generous offer.

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