If you have to much to drink this Memorial Day, AAA will offer free towing of your vehicle and a safe ride home.
As part of the "Texas Tipsy Tow" program, the rides will be given for free if the distance is less than 10 miles.
The program begins Friday evening at 6:00 and will end at 11:59 on Monday night.
To use this service in Amarillo, call AAA at 1 (800)AAA-HELP.
You do not have to be a AAA member to participate.
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