Christensen Law is bringing back its "Safe Ride Home" program in time for New Year's Eve.
The program reimburses people for rides home with a taxi or ride sharing service on holidays with high drunk driving fatalities.
The offer is valid in Macomb, Wayne, Washtenaw, Oakland, Bay, Kent or Genesee counties. The program had a successful run last month for Thanksgiving, where 300 people took advantage of the program.
“During Thanksgiving of this year, we helped over 300 people get home safely,” said David Christensen, the firm's founder. “It’s easy to see that Safe Ride Home is making a difference for people’s safety, and so we decided to bring it back for New Year’s Eve.”
How it works
If you've had too much to drink on New Year's Eve, just call a cab, Lyft or Uber to take you from the bar to your home. Pay for the ride that night and get a receipt. The next day, email a copy of the receipt along with a copy of your driver's license to email@example.com to receive a reimbursement of up to $35.
- You must be at least twenty-one years old.
- Your one-way ride home needs to be within Macomb, Wayne, Washtenaw, Oakland, Bay, Kent or Genesee counties.
- The program begins at 4 p.m. on Monday, December 31, 2018, and runs through January 1, 2019, until 4 a.m.
- You must choose a ride provider that is licensed, such as Lyft, Uber, or a licensed taxicab company.
- The maximum reimbursement allowable is $35. This cannot be combined with any other offer.
- David Christensen Law must receive your receipts by midnight on Friday, January 4, 2019, for you to be eligible for reimbursement.
- You can email your receipt from Uber, Lyft, or the taxi company and a copy of your valid driver’s license to firstname.lastname@example.org, OR you can mail them to us at Christensen Law Safe Ride Home, 25925 Telegraph Rd., Suite 200, Southfield, MI 48033.
For more details, call Christensen Law at 248-213-4900.