Halloween Drunk Driving Prevention: October 31, 2018
Halloween is meant to be scary, but not when it comes to driving…when it comes to drunk driving, Halloween can turn the roads into a horror fest.
From 2012-2016, 44% of all people killed on motor vehicle crashes on Halloween night (6 P.M. October 31 – 5:59 A.M. November 1) were in crashes involving a drunk driver.
14% of all pedesterian fatalities on Halloween night (2012-2016) involved drunk drivers.
The 21- to – 34 year old age group accounted for the most fatalities (46%) in drunk-driving crashes on Halloween night in 2016.
This Halloween, please use your head…Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving. Designate a Sober Driver.