Take the Pledge. Don’t Drink and Drive.

Before being forced out of Broward County, nearly 25% of all Uber rides here were taken during peak times for drunk driving-related incidents, according to Uber’s data.

Uber is working hard to bring back safe, reliable rides through our app to Broward County – especially when you need them most.

But in the meantime, Uber, along with our partners at Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), want to remind everyone to be safe and that there is never an excuse to get behind the wheel under the influence.

As you head into the weekend, please be responsible, make alternative arrangements, and pledge that you will commit to putting safety first and not drink and drive.

Make a plan before you drink. Designate a non-drinking driver. Know your options.MADD-logo-2011-640x213




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