Too much partying on Labor Day? AAA offers free tow-to-go

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Too much partying on Labor Day? AAA offers free tow-to-go

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Cobb Police Officer Pete Jones tracked this individual going 78 mph, and is giving him his ticket to sign.

Labor Day will cap off the  summer with picnics, parties and other kinds of get togethers.

AAA -The Auto Club Group and Budweiser want travelers to be prepared to get to their destinations and home safely.

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If you’ve parties a bit too much, you should have  a designated driver, stay where you are , take a cab, Uber or lyft or arrange for a friend or relative to pick you up.

If you didn’t plan ahead, though, the Tow To Go program will be available from midnight Friday through 6 a.m. Tuesday .

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The following guidelines apply: 

In Georgia, call:  (855) 2-TOW-2-GO or (855) 286-9246 .

Drivers get a confidential local ride to a safe location or home within 10 miles.

The service is free to AAA members and non-members.

The Tow to Go is offered in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Nebraska, Iowa, North Dakota, Indiana (Fort Wayne and South Bend only) and Wisconsin (Wausau only). 

It may not be available in rural areas or during severe weather.

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Since 1998, Tow To Go has helped more than 24,000 impaired drivers from roads across the Southeast and Midwest.

 It is offered based on the availability of AAA drivers and tow trucks during times of high call volume. 

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