December 25, 2016

Drunk, sleepy, or sick while driving? Dial 16-911 for ‘Drivers on Call’

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  • You can now “call a friend” with Lifeline’s Drivers on Call.

    DRIVER ON CALL. Your friend at 16-911. Screengrabbed from James Deakin’s YouTube account

    Imagine you’re too drunk or too sleepy but you really need to drive home. Of course, the best way to do is to call a friend. But what happens when you have no friends available to pick you up from where you are? That’s when you call Lifeline Rescue’s “Drivers on Call.”

    “Drivers On Call” is a service by the Lifeline Rescue which helps you get home by providing drivers who will drive you home using your own car. It’s like getting your own driver, making you rest comfortably in your own car safely. This is helpful especially this Christmas season with all the parties you’ve got to attend to. This service is available 24/7, so day or night you can call them anytime you need help.

    To use this, call the hotline numbers (02) 16-911, or (02) 839-2520 to 30, or (0917) 541-6911, or (0917) 521-6911. Then, two drivers will arrive at your location, one to drive you home, and one in another vehicle right behind yours to ensure your safety. The service charges P500 only, anywhere in Metro Manila.

    With Lifeline’s Drivers on Call, you are guaranteed a safe way home. Save those hotline numbers in case of emergency! Visit their website at http://www.lifeline.com.ph/.

               
               
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