ORLANDO, Fla., Dec. 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — New Year’s Eve is marked by celebrations of saying goodbye to the previous year and opening the door to the new one. This celebration can become dangerous, however, if celebrants mix alcohol or substance use with driving. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, drunk-driving collisions kill about 32 people daily in the United States.
The attorneys at Moses & Rooth want to help keep our community safe this holiday. Thus, we will offer residents a free ride in Orlando during the New Year holiday.
Our program is simple—if you’ve been drinking or using another substance, do not drive or operate a motor vehicle. Instead, get a free ride in Orlando on New Year’s by calling a cab or rideshare service, and we’ll reimburse you for the cost of your trip via PayPal.
- This offer is valid for a one-way ride to a safe destination;
- Reimbursement is limited to $20, including no more than a 10% tip;
- You must submit your reimbursement request within seven days of the ride;
- You must be 21 years of age or older to qualify; and
- Only the first 100 requests will be honored.
Please note: we do not arrange rides for you. You’ll have to make arrangements directly with the rideshare service.
Within seven days of your New Year’s ride, mail a copy of your New Year’s ride receipt, a copy of your identification, and the email address associated with your PayPal account to:
Attn: Sober Rides
115 Granada Court
Don’t delay! We’ll only honor the first 100 requests for reimbursement.
In addition to securing a free ride to a safe destination with our program, below are tips for getting home safely on New Year’s Eve.
Not only should you not drink and drive, but you shouldn’t get into a car with a driver who’s been drinking or using a substance. Instead, call a taxi or rideshare, or take public transportation.
Drinking responsibly means knowing your limits and never leaving your drink unattended.
If you are hosting an event, you’ll want your guests to get home safely. Help guests to arrange rides or allow them to stay over.
New Year’s Eve is notorious for unsafe driving due to impaired drivers and the potential for winter hazards. If you’re a sober driver, take your time and be aware of your surroundings.
Sometimes, legal troubles are unavoidable, even during the holiday season. The criminal defense attorneys at Moses & Rooth are here to fight for you to defend your rights. Contact us today.
SOURCE Moses & Rooth