St. Patrick's Day, for many, has become a time to let loose, wear green and enjoy copious amounts of beer and spirits. While no one would ask you to curtail your fun– nay, debauchery– you should certainly be safe and call a sober ride to get home in Cascade from having all that fun.
The Governor's Office of Highway Safety just announced at Meehan's in Midtown on Wednesday that it has re-launched its "Drive Sober, Georgia" smartphone application and is partnering with TEAM Georgia to ensure revelers find a safe, sober ride home.
Patch has rounded up some options to help you make sure that you have a sober ride before you even get started on that St. Patrick's Day revelry.
Details: Serves Cobb, Dekalb, Fulton, Gwinnett counties – $15 for pick up and $3.00 per mile.
Be My DD
Details: A driver takes you home in your own vehicle- $25 per tow plus mileage. Get all details.
Tow to Go- from AAA and Budweiser
Phone: (855) 2-TOW-2-GO or (855) 286-9246
Details: Serves all of Georgia; absolutely free service
Dates Service is Provided: March 15-17
Important Tow To Go Guidelines:
- Tow trucks can take up to two people home; if there are more people in your party—you will need to make other arrangements to get home safely.
- You can’t make an appointment to use the Tow to Go service, it is designed to be used as a last resort so have a designated driver before you have your first drink.
- It may be necessary, in certain situations, for AAA to contact a cab company or local law enforcement to assist with getting the intoxicated individual a safe ride.