If you're worried about getting home safe this holiday weekend, a nonprofit organization and a ride sharing company have teamed up to do just that.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving has teamed up with Uber to make sure residents and visitors "arrive alive" for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday.
Uber will be offering their services for free for first-time users, but only if the ride is less than $20.
When first-time Uber riders do that, the ride sharing company will automatically donate $5 to MADD.
Social media users can spread the word and say no to drunk driving by taking a selfie with the hashtag, #MADDHI
Residents can download the Uber App through their mobile devices, where users can then select ride rates and pickup locations.
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