About us

About Us

Hi my name is Fernando Espinosa president and founder of GHST. At GHST we provide you with information about what we do, like our transportation, Designated Drive, future projects off get home safe Texas, and How To Volunteer.


You may be asking your self what’s GHST? GHST stands for Get Home Safe Texas, we are a poner non-for profit organization that provides transportation to those people that had a little to much to drink. At GHST we like to keep Texas pedestrians safe from any accidents.

  1. How To Volunteer
  2. Our Transportation
  3. Designated Drive
  4. Future projects off get home safe Texas

We’ll Keep You Healthy With


Free Shuttle Service From:

  • Bars
  • Clubs
  • Restaurant

Don’t Drink And Drive GHST can come and pick you up. Let’s keep Texas Roads Safe.

Roadside Assistance and Tow Services

  • Car Trouble
  • Car Accident
  • Car Repo By SAPD

If you ever need Roadside Assistance don’t hesitate and call GHST and we will gladly help you.

How You Can Help

We need every voice in the fight against drunk driving and there are many ways you can help please:

    • Email your legislators about important drunk driving issues
    • Sign up for email alerts to learn about upcoming issues
    • Be the designated driver at your next event or outing
    • Throw a safe party for all of your guests
    • Recognize and report drunk drivers on the roadways
    • Volunteer with us
    • Support us with your donation today

Thank you for your help. Together, we can eliminate drunk driving.

“Seat belts are your best defense against a drunk driver. We want people to drive safe, drive sober and buckle up.”

– Glynn Birch –

Drunk Driving

Americans take 233 billion trips in cars each year. Of those, about one out of every two thousand trips are taken by those who are driving under the influence of alcohol. Yet, almost one out of every three traffic deaths involve drunk driving.

So a proportionally tiny amount of bad behavior is one of the major causes of death and injury on our roadways.

Every 53 minutes on average, someone is killed in a drunk driving crash (9,878 people in total in 2011). Every two minutes, someone is injured because of this entirely preventable crime. You can learn more about drunk driving in your state.

About one-third of the drunk driving problem – arrests, crashes, deaths, and injuries – comes from repeat offenders. At any given point we potentially share the roads with 2 million people with three or more drunk driving offenses. Taking away their licenses isn’t enough; 50-75% of them drive anyway. This is why we need to require ignition interlocks for all drunk driving offenders – we can stop these offenders before they repeat their crimes.

Two-thirds of the drunk driving problem comes from people who, before they kill or injure themselves or others, have yet to be arrested. That’s why we need to support law enforcement to help deter drunk drivers through proven solutions like sobriety checkpoints. It’s also why we strongly support research into technology that will eliminate drunk driving.

We need your help to eliminate this threat – please join us in the fight against drunk driving.