No DWI Sober Holiday Rides Initiative


There is nothing wrong with celebrating during holidays. However, driving after drinking should never be an option. Though Vermont and New Hampshire are relatively small states, neither are strangers to DWI accidents and even DWI related deaths.

In the 10 years between 2003 and 2013 there were 212 people killed in crashes involving drunk driving in Vermont. The total over the same time period in New Hampshire was 399.

These numbers must be reduced, and at Sabbeth Law we want to be a part of the solution. That’s why we’re offering to pay for safe, sober rides home during the major drinking holidays for people in Vermont and New Hampshire.

How the Program Works

It’s simple: All you have to do is call a taxi, Uber, Lyft, or similar ride service and mail us the receipt. We will reimburse you for the expense, and you’ll get a safe ride home while avoiding a DWI charge or worse.

Your ride can be anywhere in the states of Vermont or New Hampshire, as long as it meets the requirements listed below. Why risk getting a DWI, getting injured, or injuring or even killing others? There is no excuse for driving under the influence, especially when there are alternatives.

Current Holiday

Sabbeth Law is currently offering ride reimbursement for Independence Day, July 4th, 2023.

Eligible Rides in Vermont Between 5:00 PM on 7/4/2023 and 10:00 AM on 7/5/2023.

The Details

The Sabbeth Law free holiday rides promotion does have a few guidelines you should be aware of. They are as follows:

  • Rides must be in Vermont or New Hampshire
  • Rides must fall between dates listed for each holiday
  • Riders must be of legal drinking age (21)
  • Valid for one-way trip to destination
  • Maximum value of $50 – including 10% tip

Submit a Ride

Within 7 days of your ride, a receipt (screenshot is OK), photocopy of driver’s license, and associated PayPal email address should be mailed to:

Sabbeth Law’s No DWI Sober Holiday Rides
Sabbeth Law
201 Dewitt Drive Suite 1
White River Junction, VT 05001