Sober Sam is a designated driver service supporting the Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia areas. Our goal is to safely drive you and your car home while saving you the dangers of driving while intoxicated. If you find yourself in the situation where you cannot drive, simply call Sober Sam at 856-520-5679 and we will drive you and your car home safely.Share on Facebook
We need your help to spread the word to all your friends, family, co-workers, and even strangers about what Sober Sam does. Some still do not know that we are a service designed to help get you and your vehicle home safe and DUI- free!
Whether you have used our service before, plan too, or know someone who has…. Sober Sam is always a great option.
The hardest part about using our service is the phone call the first time utilizing this service. After that it becomes a breeze. Some have expressed how they have survived this long without having a service like ours, including some on our staff.
We want to thank you in advance to help us spread the word about the alternative to either driving drunk , using a taxi, or depending on another. That alternative being Sober Sam ” The Designated Driver Service”. Myself and our staff looks forwarding to seeing you and helping you any chance we get. Thank you again!
We are also looking to add to our team . Must be dedicated and care about getting people home safe without DUI’ s . The positions available are for nights and weekends. Must be willing to work holidays. Also must have a clean driving record along with a clean back round check. Please be able to drive stick and be sociable . If interested please send contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org . Include full name, phone number , availability, reason for wanting to join our dedicated team, and a resume if desired. If we are interested, someone will respond to you and schedule a time to fill out an application and schedule an interview.
Thank you again for your support! Have a wonderful time, be safe, and we hope to see you soon!! Please don’t drink and drive!!Share on Facebook
This weekend pays homage to the men and women who have built this country with their hard work and dedication. From the people who have constructed our buildings to the ones who run them today.
Even though it also marks the unofficial end to the summer, we hope you celebrate this holiday weekend to its fullest. This is also a great weekend to make many family memories that can last a lifetime and beyond, make them positive ones.
We know drinking is a big part of it and so do our laborers in blue… the police. Please drink responsibly and designate a driver. Ensure your chance to enjoy the next holiday.
Sober Sam is going into our 5th year soon and growing. So we will be working this Labor Day weekend! We also work 7 days a week all year round including the holidays. Thank you everyone! Please Don’t Drink and Drive! Hopefully we will see you soon!Share on Facebook
Sober Sam is available to get you home safely from your fantasy football draft party. Whether your draft is at a home or out at your favorite watering hole, Sober Sam will be there to help you out. We can make sure you get home safely without a DUI, but we cant help you when you get home. Enjoy yourselves and we hope to see you soon. Please drink responsibly! Please Do Not Drink and Drive!!Share on Facebook
Former Melrose Place actress, Amy Locane-Bovenizer, was sentenced to three years in prison for killing a woman while drunk in 2010.The ex-starlet killed 60-year-old Helene Seeman in Montgomery Township when she plowed into her while drunk in her SUV. Her husband screamed "What a travesty!" and her son stormed out of the courtroom after the sentencing. Locane-Bovenizer was facing up to 10 years in prison for the vehicular homocide but the judge only gave her 3 years.
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In Bayonne, New Jersey, Police are accusing a man of causing three accidents in just a half-hour Tuesday.
The accused, John Leahy 46, supposedly had three different accidents within 3 city blocks. Around 8:30 am, he rear ended a Chevy HHV, exchanged information with the other driver, then left the scene. Shortly thereafter, he struck another car nearby at a red light but did not give him his insurance information this time. lastly, Leahy ran a red light and was hit by a Nissan Quest just down the road from the previous two accidents.
Leahy has been arrested and charged with drinking and driving, as well as leaving the scene of an accident, failure to stop at a red light and several other citations.
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In Washington State, troopers pulled a woman over and did a blood draw to determine her blood alcohol content, booked her for DWI and then released her. According to Trooper Guy Gill, about 8 hours later she was pulled over in a different vehicle and arrested again. Both times she was impaired and both cars were impounded.