Montgomery County will offer ArriveSafe again this weekend

FILE - ArriveSafe campaign announced for the Fourth of July. (WDTN Photo)
FILE - ArriveSafe campaign announced for the Fourth of July. (WDTN Photo)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Montgomery County will announce more information about they plan to help keep you safe on the roads this holiday season.

Montgomery County Prosecutor Mat Heck and representatives from AAA and Heidelberg Distributing will lay out the details of the ArriveSafe program.

ArriveSafe allows Montgomery County residents a free cab ride of up to $50 to keep drunk driving numbers down.

Tuesday morning’s announcement is set for 10.

Heck said earlier this month that the ArriveSafe effort over the Thanksgiving weekend were successful and he credited the public for using the program.

READ MORE: Prosecutor thanks community for using ArriveSafe program

Heck said there were no fatal accidents in Montgomery County on which is typically a dangerous holiday weekend for drivers.

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