City Ride Service Designated Driver Referral Program.
Here is how it works: For each customer you refer to City Ride Service we will add a $3 credit to your Referral account. You or your referred customers just need to tell our operator your referral phone number when a service of City Ride Service required. You can redeem your referral dollars to a pay check or to use for a ride at any time.
If you join the City Ride Service Referral Program:
You help people to get home safety and be rewarded for it ( $3 per referred customer order)
You can see your referral balance history on-line
You can redeem your referral dollars to a pay check sending to your address.
You can use your referral dollars to order a designated driver with City Ride Service
Please note: Referral cheques are sent by Canada Post Service and there is $2.00 handling and shipping fee per every cheque sent.
Surrey RCMP rewarding designated drivers tonight.
SURREY (NEWS1130) – Mounties in Surrey are taking a different approach to ticketing tonight.
They’ll be rewarding people who help to get their family and friends home safely with $2 coffee cards.
RCMP say they look forward to being able to reward those who are doing the right thing in choosing not to drink and drive.
This is in addition to regular Counterattack road checks, nabbing those who do drink and then choose to get behind the wheel.
With tomorrow being New Year’s Eve, you’re being reminded to arrange your plans ahead of time. Get a designated driver, call a taxi, or take transit.
CAW worried bus drivers at risk with new drunk driving laws
Fears over rowdy crowds on late night transit.
VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) – The Canadian Autoworkers Union says it is all for tougher drunk driving laws, but it is worried about a possible influx of rowdy passengers using late night bus service.
Don MacLeod with the union tells us bus drivers are worried about being assaulted. “If we are serious about reducing drunk driving, then we have to give those out there drinking good options to take transit.”
MacLeod believes the sparse night service needs to be improved. “I think we have to give more options to passengers that choose to leave their vehicle, park [it] and take transit.”
He says the driver is in charge of the safety of the coach. “If we have intoxicated passengers on board that are rowdy… compromising the safety of the coach, that is always a concern to our members.”
There were 145 assaults on TransLink drivers in 2009.