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Safe Rides Offered For New Year's Eve

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Folks around the mid-state are getting ready for New Year's Eve, and there are several ways to get home if you have been drinking.

The Davidson County Sheriff's Office offers Sober Ride each year, but this year it's a little different. Instead of having a number to call for a ride, they have set up bus stops downtown.

The Davidson County Sheriff's Office plans to bus folks from downtown to LP Field. The bus stops will be located at the corners of 5th and Broadway and 2nd and Church.

From there, volunteers will drive riders home.

Another free option is AAA's Tow-To-Go. Call 1-800-AAA-HELP (4357) anywhere in Middle Tennessee. You get a free ride home and tow from any bar or restaurant. This program is designed to be used as a last resort for AAA members and non-members and is subject to availability.

There are also other options that cost money, including taxis and shuttles.

For more information: New Year's Eve 2011 Safe Ride Options.

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