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AAA Utah Offers Free Tipsy Tow for Super Bowl Sunday 2014

By January 31, 2014Criminal Defense

With the 2014 Super Bowl approaching everybody is preparing for a weekend of relaxing and parties. The Utah Highway Patrol and local law enforcement agencies are preparing as well. With the high likelihood that alcohol will be served at many Super Bowl parties the cops will be on the lookout for impaired drivers. AAA Utah has extended a helping hand this year to help you avoid a DUI charge and help keep the roads safe. Take it from a DUI Attorney in Salt Lake, it is definitely worth taking AAA up on their offer rather than suffering the high cost of a DUI in Utah.

AAA Utah has offered to help partiers get home safely from their Super Bowl Parties this year. All you have to do is call AAA and ask for a tipsy tow. Here are the details:

Phone: 800-222-4357 (AAA HELP)

Magic Words: I need a tipsy tow.

Hours: 6 p.m. Feb. 3rd to 6 a.m. Feb. 4th

One you make the call, you will receive a free ride and a car tow of up to 10 miles. Others may ride with you if there is room in the tow truck. For those of you who are thinking ahead – No, you can’t make a reservation. You’ll just have to wait to call until you are ready to go home.

Estimates of the cost of a DUI in Utah range from $3,700 to $10,000. Quite worth the few minutes it takes to make the phone call. Utah has one of the lowest rates in the nation of alcohol related crash deaths with only 16 deaths in 2012. Let’s help keep that down by spreading the word that a free tipsy tow is available to those who are partying.

In the unfortunate circumstance that you find yourself charged with DUI in Utah, call an experienced Utah DUI Attorney at 801-990-4200 for a free consultation.

From Intermountain Legal we wish you a happy Super Bowl Sunday. Stay safe and may the best team win!

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