Holiday Safe Ride Program
Availability for St. Patrick’s Day 2017
This St. Patrick’s Day, AAA reminds motorists to travel safely and drive drug- and alcohol-free when hitting the roads. For those who do plan to drink, AAA urges them to take safety precautions in advance: designate a non-drinking driver, call a cab or stay with a friend.
A number of AAA clubs offer safe ride services on select dates for members and nonmembers. This service is not available everywhere. * AAA strongly recommends selecting a designated driver before heading out for any St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.
AAA works year-round to educate the public on the dangers of impaired driving in an effort to reduce traffic-related crashes and injuries. PreventDUI.AAA.com is an online resource offering facts about impaired driving, transportation alternatives and expert advice. AAA encourages all motorists to Take the Pledge to drive drug- and alcohol-free.
If you need a safe ride home, call 1-800-AAA-HELP.
*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 “Tow-to-Go” (statewide in Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Nebraska, and Tennessee) Program runs March 17 – 6 a.m. March 19.
- AAA Oklahoma (Metro Tulsa, Metro Oklahoma City, Shawnee, Bartlesville, Enid, Muskogee, Tahlequah, Ardmore and Lawton)
- AAA South Dakota (Sioux Falls, Rapid City, Mitchell and Yankton)
- AAA Findlay (Hancock County, Ohio) Local motorists must dial (419) 425-3908. Program runs 9 a.m. March 17 to 4 a.m. March 18.
- AAA Northern California
- AAA Nevada (statewide)
- AAA Utah (statewide)
Taxi Ride Programs:
- AAA Allied Group ArriveSafe in Ohio (Montgomery County residents only, AAA has no call center involvement). Local motorists must dial 937-449-9999. Program runs 6 p.m. March 16 to 6 a.m. March 19.
For a comprehensive list of other community programs listed state by state, please visit AAA’s DUI Justice Link Website.