About the Campaign
As a law firm that works to help victims of vehicular collisions and car accidents, we have set up preemptive measures to help reduce the risk of preventable personal injuries this holiday season.
For this year’s upcoming New Year’s Eve, we are offering free cab, Uber, or Lyft rides in an initiative to prevent drinking and driving. With New York City having one of the largest New Year’s Eve in the world, we are making an effort to make sure that everyone gets home safely and is able to bring in the New Year in good health.
How the Campaign Works
On the night of New Year’s Eve, if you find yourself without a ride to your final destination, feel free to order a cab, Uber, or Lyft. Once your ride is complete, save a copy of your receipt and we will reimburse you for your ride. Simple as that!
New Year’s Eve is a large drinking holiday in the United States and every year, we see the consequences of that in avoidable injuries and fatalities. Please help us keep our community safe by making the responsible choice and taking advantage of our free, sober rides.
Sober Rides Campaign Details
- Rides must be in the New Jersey-New York City metropolitan area
- Rides must be taken between 5 pm on Saturday, December 31st, and 10 am on Sunday, January 1st.
- You must be of legal drinking age to qualify (21 and over).
- Valid for one, one-way ride to a safe destination.
- Limit one reimbursement per household.
- A maximum value of $30.00 anywhere in the New Jersey-New York City metropolitan area.
- The maximum value includes a tip of up to 10%. Anything above a 10% tip on the base fare will not be reimbursed.
- Participation in this promotion is limited to the first 100 submissions.
When Can I Expect My Reimbursement?
Within 10 business days, please submit a copy of your receipt and photo ID, then mail them to our office:
Glugeth & Pierguidi, 5 Marine View Plaza, Suite 303, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Submissions are limited and will fill up fast, so don’t delay submitting your reimbursement. All entries are on a first come first serve basis, in the order in which we receive them in the mail.