Are you familiar with AAA’s Tow to Go program? With the holiday season upon us, chances are there will be plenty of people participating in celebratory drinking. The program serves as another effective means of making the roads safer for everyone. The goal of Tow to Go is to ensure impaired motorists make it safely home during nights when there is a greater likelihood of impaired driving.
With Tow to Go, motorists can contact a AAA service to take them as well as their vehicle home if they feel they’ve had a little too much to drink. Unlike Uber or Lyft which are generally available at all hours of the day, Tow to Go does have certain caveats. It is only available on certain holidays such as Thanksgiving and the period between Christmas through New Year’s Eve. The impaired driver will only be taken a maximum of ten miles from their location and the rides cannot be booked in advance.
Most Tow to Go trucks can transport up to two people. As a plus compared to Uber or Lyft, there are free confidential rides available to members of AAA as well as non-members.
Despite the convenience of Tow to Go, motorists should still make sure they have a designated driver prior to drinking.
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