Holiday Safe Ride Program
Availability for St. Patrick’s Day 2014
As many of Americans prepare to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, AAA reminds motorists to take the following safety precautions in advance: drive only while drug and alcohol-free, select a designated driver for the day, plan to take a cab or stay with a friend.
AAA works year round to educate motorists about driving practices that will help keep them safe and reduce traffic-related crashes and the injuries that can result. PreventDUI.AAA.com is an online resource offering impaired driving facts, transportation alternatives and expert advice. Once there, AAA encourages visitors to Take the Pledge to drive drug and alcohol-free.
While not a nationwide program, a number of AAA clubs offer safe ride services on select dates for members and nonmembers. This service is not available everywhere. AAA strongly encourages motorists to pick a designated driver before they head out for any holiday celebrations.
*Please note availability is subject to change without notice.
AAA Clubs Currently Offering a Safe Ride Program for St. Patrick’s Day
- AAA Arizona (Statewide)
- AAA Auto Club Group (Statewide in Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee. Program is called “Tow-to-Go”)
- AAA Oklahoma (Metro Tulsa, Metro Oklahoma City, Shawnee, Bartlesville, Enid, Muskogee, Ardmore and Lawton)
- AAA South Dakota (Sioux Falls, Rapid City, Mitchell and Yankton)
- AAA Northwest Ohio (available in Lucas, Fulton, Wood, Henry, Williams, Defiance, Paulding, and Ottawa counties)
- AAA Northern California
- AAA Nevada (Statewide)
- AAA Utah (Statewide)
Taxi Ride Programs:
- AAA Allied Group in Ohio: Montgomery County Prosecutor’s office offers a program called “ArriveSafe.” It provides cab rides for Montgomery County residents only. AAA has no call center involvement- local motorists must dial 449-9999.
For a comprehensive list of other community programs listed state by state, please visit AAA’s DUI Justice Link Website.