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Avoid drunk driving this New Year’s with Toast’d Tow

Posted at 5:22 AM, Dec 31, 2012

RICHMOND, VA (December 5, 2012) – During one of the busiest party months of the year, Seiberts Towing is stepping in to help prevent drunk driving. The towing company unveiled it’s Toast’d Tow program this week. This community service offers to get Richmonders and their cars home for juse $50-dollars between the hours of 10pm and 4am.

Toast’d Tow will operate seven nights a week leading up to New Years Day and provides holiday revelers another option for getting home safely – car included. Randy Seibert, President of Seibert’s Family of Companies says “Around the holidays, people often find themselves in situations where they can’t drive home safely. With our new Toast’d Tow program, you don’t need to worry about taking a taxi home at the end of the night and coming back for your car the next day. Our company cares about the community and getting people home safely.”

December is also National Impaired Driving Prevention Month. Each December, automobile accidents involving impaired drivers occur more frequently. In the past five years, the Commonwealth of Virginia had over 1,360 DUI fatalities.

Seibert’s says impaired drivers must be within Richmond city limits to deliver them and their car home safely. Delivery of drivers and vehicles outside the city limits incurs an additional $1.50 per mile charge.

If you have any questions about the problem you can contact The Toast’d Tow hotline from 10pm to 4am daily at 804-233-5757.