Nearly one-third of fatal crashes in the U.S. involve an alcohol-impaired driver.

Sobriety checkpoints and strict enforcement of DUI laws help prevent alcohol-related driving deaths.

If you’re planning to consume alcohol, don’t drive a motor vehicle.

Designate a non-drinking driver before you start drinking.

If you don’t have a designated driver, call a friend or a taxi, or use public transportation. B96 Cares!


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