The Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) has partnered with TEAM Georgia to keep holiday revelers safe this weekend. The GOHS suggests planning on a safe ride home before you head out or designating a sober driver. The 11Alive Help Desk has compiled a variety of safe ride programs to help you arrive at your destination safely.
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SafeRide America is a non-profit organization that staffs drivers to provide a variety of services for users. SafeRide Services, SafeChauffer Services, and SafeParty Service, are all available for your safe driving needs. SafeRide works in teams of two to drive you and your party in the comfort of your own vehicle.
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Designated Drive Alternative (DDA) also offers safe ride services in the comfort of your own vehicle. Rides can be requested online or through a text message. DDA advises users to request a ride 30-60 minutes in advance of your desired pick-up time.
The Auto Club Group and Bud Light provide the Tow-to-Go service to discourage drinking and driving. The program offers users a confidential local ride within a 10-mile radius and is available for free to both AAA members and non-members.
Uber, an on-demand private driver, is available to users by downloading the iPhone or Android "Uber" app. The nearest driver to your pickup location will be dispatched, and you will receive a text with an estimated time of arrival. Once the vehicle has arrived, users will receive another text.