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12/30/02

Local Company Offers Free Towing for Partiers

The Texas Department of Transportation has put a sign up as a reminder to not drink and drive. The sign is part of Operation Holiday, to make sure drivers are obeying the speed limit, wearing their seatbelts, and not driving drunk.

If you do drink a little too much, you'll be glad to know you can have your car towed for free. Texas State Legal Services in Lubbock is offering free towing starting Tuesday evening.

"We're going to save them the time and trouble. We'll tow them anywhere in the Lubbock County area free of charge," said owner, Larry Snodgrass.

You can call Texas State Legal Services at (806) 771-0780. They have also partnered with Yellow Cab so you can get a ride home, but you will have to pay the cab fare. Yellow Cab's number is (806) 765-7777 . However, you do not have to take a cab if you have another way to get home safely.

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