AAA offering its free 'Tipsy Tow' rides during St. Patrick's Day

AAA offering its free 'Tipsy Tow' rides during St. Patrick's Day

There are also alternatives to the AAA Tow-To-Go program: Drivers can select a designated driver for the day, ask a sober friend/family to pick you up or use an Uber, Lyft or a taxi.

"Our Tow to Go program is available for anybody".

"St. Patrick's Day is widely celebrated by drinking green beer and other spirits, so we urge revelers to include a safe ride home in their plans for the evening", said Michael Blasky, spokesman for AAA Northern California. AAA is partnering with Budweiser to get inebriated people home safely for free.

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So if you're out, having drinks and need a ride home, you can call them and get picked up within 15 minutes. "Do not rely on the luck of the Irish to get you home safe this weekend", he said.

During the St. Patrick's Day holiday from 2012 to 2016, the number of drunk driving deaths was 10 percent higher than the national rate, according to OHSO. Officers throughout the city will be closely watching for impaired and/or aggressive motorists. "The Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Enid Police Department, Garfield County Sheriff's Office and North Enid Police Department will all be patrolling, searching for impaired drivers this weekend". Our enforcement efforts will focus on traffic violations that are hazardous.

According to AAA, St. Patrick's Day has become the most risky holiday on Oklahoma roads in recent years. Preliminary statistics indicate that 162 people have died on Tennessee roads, compared to 187 fatalities during the same period in 2017.

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