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AAA Tow-to-go Coming for Savannah St. Pat's

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For St. Patrick's Day weekend in Savannah, AAA and Bud Light will provide free roadside assistance to motorists throughout the weekend. The service begins on Friday, March 14, and will run through Monday, March 17, in order to help keep the roadways safe for everyone. Tow to Go provides confidential local rides home by calling (855) 2-TOW-2-GO or (855) 286-9246.

AA says any intoxicated driver may call for a Tow to Go ride from any bar or restaurant, if they have had too much to drink. St. Patrick's Day weekend has become the second busiest holiday for the Tow to Go program next to New Year's Eve weekend. As a result of the expected increase in Tow to Go call volume, AAA will provide additional service vehicles including vans and pick up trucks to provide some callers with a local ride home without a vehicle tow.

"This program is FREE and available to take callers home within a 10-mile radius from downtown Savannah based on available resources," said Gerry Gutowski, Sr. Vice President, Automotive Services, The Auto Club Group.

"It's important that everyone plan ahead and choose a designated driver before they go out to celebrate St. Patrick's Day weekend because taxis and services such as Tow to Go are going to be extremely busy in Savannah," added Gutowski.

Tow to Go Services:

  • Confidential local ride within a 10-mile radius to a safe location 
  • Service is provided in Florida, Georgia and Tennessee
  • Free and available to both AAA members and non-members
  • The AAA tow truck takes the vehicle and the driver home
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