Bronx drivers urged to use caution on New Year?s Eve

Bronx residents who plan on having a few drinks to ring in the new year should think twice before hitting the road.

Bronx residents should have their travel arrangements set before the ball drops on New Year?s. Representatives from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration say people that are not drinking should keep an eye out for others on the road that may not be sober. Police will be out to ensure drivers aren?t breaking the law.

Cab drivers are available to drive anyone who has been drinking. Bronx residents can also call Five J?s Automotive at 718-792-0300 and they will tow cars home for free.

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