AAA Offers Free Ride Home On Independence Day

Posted: Jul 4 2015, 5:02am CDT | by , in News | Technology News


AAA Offers Free Ride Home on Independence Day
  • AAA Offers Free Ride Home for Inebriated Drivers via Tow To Go Program

The AAA alongside Bud Light have offered a free ride home program for inebriated drivers. The scheme is titled Tow To Go and will be confidential to boot.

Some things are just too good to be true. But then seeing is believing. On  the occasion of the 4th of July, AAA has teamed up with Bud Light to come up with a Tow To Go program that lends no-charges transportation all the way to the residence of the drunkard who is too sozzled to drive on his own.

And the good thing is that the whole operation is secretive and not aired like dirty laundry for all the public to see. 

Furthermore the drunk fellow doesn’t have to be a member of the AAA Auto Club at all. It is a service that is one of gratitude and unconditional support for those who cannot support themselves.

From the 3rd of July to the 5th, this amenity can be availed by anyone. It is hoped though that people will not knowingly get drunk just to avail the opportunity. When people are out enjoying themselves with friends and family not to mention significant others, the results can be that they have a drop too much to drink. That is where the program comes to the rescue. 

Special drivers have been arranged to provide the free rides home to the pickled few. The program almost reminds one of that 1988 song by Joe Trio titled “Take Me Home” in which Goodyear tires figure as a central theme.

AAA meanwhile has been doing its duty since the turn of the millennium. It has saved more lives than can be thought of by providing timely assistance to stoned drivers who can hardly handle the complex task of driving a vehicle. 

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