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Stay Safe On Holiday Roads With AAA's Tipsy Tow

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This holiday season, law enforcement is lasering in on drunk drivers.

Last year in Oklahoma, more than 170 people died in crashes involving alcohol. Four people lost their lives over the Christmas holiday in alcohol- and drug-related crashes.

So far in 2016, Oklahoma City police investigators have worked 76 fatality accidents. With holiday season in full swing, departments are reminding everyone to drive safe, buckle up, don’t drive impaired or distracted, and obey the rules of the road.

Even better, AAA Oklahoma's Tipsy Tow service is available for a free ride home, no questions asked. It's free to everyone. They'll drive you, your vehicle, and a second passenger to only your home within a 15 mile radius of the pickup point.

The program is active now and ends on January 2 at 4 a.m. It is available in metro area.

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