Rob Levine’s Holiday Safe Ride App
The Rob Levine Holiday Safe Ride App was created to help prevent personal injury in our community. Not only is Rob Levine an advocate for those who have experienced personal injury, but he also makes a point to take action when it comes to preventing injuries from occurring in the first place. Unfortunately, despite the obvious dangers it poses, many people continue to drive under the influence, especially in the days surrounding major holidays.
That is why Rob Levine & Associates created the Safe Ride App.
The Rob Levine Safe Ride App offers a free ride home to those in or around the Providence area on major holidays, including St. Patrick’s Day. To utilize this service, download the app from the Play Store or the App Store and get your free taxi certificate. Then, a participating taxi driver will pick you up and drive you home – free of charge!
Rob Levine & Associates offers the Rob Levine Safe Ride App on several major holidays including, New Year’s Eve, St. Patrick’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, and the eves before Thanksgiving and Christmas. Between the large number of people driving and the increased number of intoxicated drivers around the holidays, the chances of being involved in a car crash expand exponentially.
Any holiday in which people partake in the consumption of alcohol is a day that is bound to have an increased number of car accidents. The National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA) reports that 25-40% of car crash fatalities on St. Patrick’s Day are caused by drunk driving. Do your part to keep the roads safe for everyone. If you plan on drinking, catch a safe ride home using Rob Levine’s Safe Ride App.
As COVID-19 continues to be a risk, ensure you observe all guidelines put in place by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) while participating this year. It is encouraged that all riders, wear a mask, use hand sanitizer before and after their ride, avoid unnecessarily touching surfaces on or inside of the vehicle, and consider rolling down the windows to help improve ventilation.
If you or someone you know plans on traveling in the Providence area on the evening of St. Patrick’s Day, make sure to consider the Rob Levine Safe Ride App as an alternative way to get home safely. Remember, you should never operate a vehicle while under the influence or agree to ride as a passenger in a vehicle being operated by someone who is under the influence.
Click here to download the Rob Levine Holiday Safe Ride app for Apple devices.
Click here to download the Rob Levine Holiday Safe Ride app in the Google Play store.