Drive sober, arrive safely for holidays
During the holidays, there are many celebrations with family and friends and other activities, and travel increases accordingly on America’s roadways. Unfortunately, drunken and drugged driving increases as well, including youths who make the decision to drink or use drugs and drive.
The best gift you can give your loved ones this holiday season is to arrive safely: Drive sober. December is National Drunken and Drugged Driving Prevention Awareness Month.
Each year, nearly 11,000 people are killed in alcohol-impaired driving crashes, accounting for nearly one-third of all traffic-related deaths in the U.S. Drugs other than alcohol are the main factor in 18 percent of motor vehicle deaths each year. Often, drugs, mixed with alcohol, are the main factor.
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