It Affects Us All
As we all know, people who drink and drive put all of us on the road in danger. It’s critical to choose not to drink and drive and to help others make good choices as well.
Before drinking, designate a non-drinking driver when with a group. If out drinking, get a ride home or call a taxi. Don’t let friends drink and drive.
Choose not to binge drink and help others avoid binge drinking. Talk with a doctor or nurse about drinking and driving and request counseling if drinking is causing health, work or social problems.
Buckle up every time, no matter how short the trip. Encourage all passengers in the car to buckle up, including those in the back seat.
–Source: U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention