GOHS warns against impaired driving over St. Patrick's Day Weekend
SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -
The Governor's Office of Highway Safety wants to make sure everyone stays safe this St. Patrick's Day weekend.
GOHS officials held a news conference Friday to talk about the consequences of drunken driving – from causing a fatal wreck to facing thousands of dollars in fines.
The state is making sure people are aware of the ways they can get home such as a taxi, designated driver or scanning a QR code.
"Were working closely with the Savannah River Association - we have distributed 10,000 of these just in the riverfront area and it has a QR code that can be scanned by and iPhone or an android takes you right to our app - gives you information on Tow to Go; on every cab company in this city," said Harris Blackwood, GOHS director.
Saturday, May 25 2013 12:46 PM EDT2013-05-25 16:46:21 GMT
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