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A Dazzling Drive-Thru Light Show In Toronto Will Give You A Ride If You Don't Have A Car

You'll even get picked up and dropped off!
A Dazzling Drive-Thru Light Show In Toronto Will Give You A Ride If You Don't Have A Car

Drive-thru events are becoming popular ways to stay safe while enjoying some festivities. 

Now, those without a car can get in on the fun with Toronto's Nights Of Lights rideshare program.

The drive-thru light show has partnered with Facedrive Rideshare to offer guests without vehicles access to the event.

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You can book a ride through the event website for a flat rate price.

The service includes pickup and dropoff at your doorstep, as well as a drive through the attraction.

Holiday Nights Of Lights is one of several drive-thru holiday experiences happening around the city this season.

The event features over 1 million LED lights, twinkling displays, and more.

Take a trip to this festive drive-thru event, even if you don't have a car.

Holiday Nights Of Lights Rideshare

Price: $15 - $25 flat rate + admission

When: Until January 7, 2021

Address: 80 Interchange Way, Vaughan, ON

Why You Need To Go: You don't need your own vehicle to drive-thru this event! You can now book a ride through the website.

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