Going out with friends, or on a date, comes with some unique challenges if alcohol is going to be involved. There are limited options for ensuring no laws are broken and everyone arrives home safely. With services like Uber and Lyft well-known and well-utilized, there is still the problem of what to do with your car when you have had too much to drink, and take a ride sharing service home.
Until recently, if you returned home without driving the vehicle that you took out, you needed to then have a friend take you, or hire a taxi or other ride sharing service to return to you to your car the next morning. There was also the additional stress of leaving your vehicle unprotected for a long period of time.
Until now. Sofer’d is a ride sharing service that sends to drivers when you request a ride; one to take you safely to your destination, the other to take your car safely to your destination. Having your car follow behind, it is possible to eliminate the need for a second ride to and from your initial location. This also helps make it a cost-effective way to remain safe on the road. Knowing that your car is also coming home with you will hopefully reduce the likelihood of you driving drunk. Sofer’d highlights the fact that on average, a person had driven drunk 80 times before they are arrested the first time. With 28 people killed each day, and another person injured every two minutes in the country, Sofer’d helps to ensure that you, and those on the road, remain safe.
Available 24 hours a day, 365 day a week either via the mobile app or by calling the local phone number, Sofer’d ensures that you and your car arrive at your safely. Unlike other ride sharing services, the pricing is standard. There is a pick-up fee of $10, and then a rate of either $0.24 per minute, or $2.50 per mile, with a cancellation fee of only $10. According to Sofer’d for what a single DWI in the state of Texas would cost, it would be possible to pay for 40 years of a yearly individual membership, making it highly cost-effective to utilize Sofer’d. All drivers have a clean criminal and driving record, and are committed to keeping their communities safe.