Towing company once again offering revelers a lift home
Owner Kris Hobbs, left, and driver Jay Dente, of Bentley's Towing & Recovery, will be providing rides and towing free of charge on New Year's Eve. (JOSH GIBNEY/UNION LEADER)
"I love New Year's, but I'm out of the partying stage. I like to see everyone get home safe," said Hobbs, who started Bentley's Towing three years ago and operates it out of his house.
None of last year's passengers were rowdy, but many were obnoxious, laughing and giggling.
"I had one customer throw up," Hobbs said. But she felt horrible, and her parents cleaned the truck out, he said.
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