In an ongoing effort to combat impaired driving, ICJI's Traffic Safety Division recently launched a new pilot program, called Sober Ride Indiana, to give would-be impaired drivers a safe way home on high-risk holidays/events by teaming up with Uber and Lyft. Ultimately, the program was created to save Hoosier lives and prevent traffic fatalities.
Before using Sober Ride Indiana, users are encouraged to review and follow any COVID-specific requirements designated by Uber and Lyft. Additionally, users are financially responsible for anything over $15, and possession of the code does not necessarily guarantee availability of the credit. Credits can only be redeemed between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 3:00 a.m., which is when the highest number of impaired driving-related collisions occur.
At this time, $15 ride credits are NOT being offered through Sober Ride Indiana.
Click here to read a news release about our most recent campaign to discourage impaired driving on St. Patrick's Day and during the NCAA Tournament. Sober Ride Indiana was created by ICJI, in partnership with Alliance Highway Safety, and is funded by NHTSA.