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AAA Offering Free Towing for Drunk Drivers on New Year's Eve

Drivers that drink too much on New Year’s Eve can have their cars towed for free by AAA.

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    Trooper David Casillas (center) from the Florida Highway Patrol conducts a field sobriety test at a DUI checkpoint Dec. 15, 2006 in Miami.

    Drivers who drink too much on New Year’s Eve can have their cars towed for free by AAA.

    AAA and Bud Light have partnered in the “Tow to Go” program that offers free towing services to any Florida resident on certain holidays, according to the AAA website.

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    The program is meant to protect the streets from drunk drivers and car collisions and will tow drivers and their cars safely home, as long as it is within a 10-mile radius.

    AAA has safely removed more than 22,000 intoxicated drivers from the roads since 1998.

    For more information, call 855-2-TOW-GO.