AAA activates ‘Tow-to-Go’ program for the 4th of July travel period

ORLANDO, Fla. — AAA predicts they will rescue over 800,000 drivers across the nation with car troubles during the 4th of July travel period.

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The travel company also said it will work to assist many impaired drivers.

AAA activates its Tow to Go program in Florida, to offer a safe ride for impaired drivers and their vehicles during the week of Independence Day.

The program will be active at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 3rd to 6 a.m. on Monday, July 8th.

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Floridians can call (855) 2-TOW-2-GO for a ride. Tow-to-Go is free to AAA members and non-members.

Rides are confidential and only for one person and their vehicle to be brought to a safe location within 10-miles.

Appointments cannot be scheduled in advance. Tow-to-Go may not be available in rural areas or during severe weather.

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“By providing this program, AAA gives drivers no excuse for driving under the influence of drugs, alcohol or impairing medications,” said AAA spokesman, Mark Jenkins. “Please plan ahead by asking a friend to be your designated driver or use a ride sharing service. If those plans fall through, you can call Tow to Go and AAA will arrange for a safe ride for you.”

Tow-to-Go has removed more than 30,000 impaired drivers from the road since it began 25 years ago.

Casey Wright

Casey Wright, WDBO News & Talk

Casey is a former Producer, currently a News Anchor/On-Air talent at WDBO news.

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