Taxi company offers program to decrease drunk driving - New York News

Taxi company offers program to decrease drunk driving

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PHOENIX -

A taxi company is offering a pre-paid program to reduce the number of drunk drivers in Arizona.

VIP Taxi started their Key4Life program to help people get home safe after a night out for dinner or on the town.

Key4Life is pre-purchased online for less than $30 and is placed on your keychain.

If you feel like you've had too much to drink, you call the phone number on your Key4Life and a VIP Taxi is sent to pick you up from wherever you are.

You simply give the taxi driver your Key4Life sticker, with a unique serial number on it, in exchange for a safe ride home.

According to the Governor's Office of Public Safety, there were a total of 26,334 DUI arrests during holiday weekends in 2012.

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VIP Taxi's program to keep drunk drivers off the roads
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