Honolulu police want to remind drivers that no matter what you chose to do to celebrate the 4th of July, do not drink and drive.
Police are setting up checkpoints at unannounced times and locations through the end of August, looking to nab anyone breaking the law.
Early Thursday morning between midnight and 6 o’clock a.m. at least 27 people were arrested for drunk driving on Oahu.
So far this year, 34 people have died on Oahu’s roads.
Alcohol, speed, and or/drugs were factors in 12 of those crashes.
If you’ve partied too hard, you can take advantage of AAA free tipsy tow service.
Drivers can get a free tow home up to five miles.
The service is available through midnight on the Fourth of July.
AAA free tipsy tow service: 1-800-222-4357