Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving: Cocktails-to-Go
Nowadays, alcohol deliveries and cocktails-to-go are more prevalent in many establishments. So, NHTSA wants to remind drivers that, although alcohol is more mobile, it is always dangerous and illegal to drink and drive.
There were 10,142 people killed in drunk-driving crashes in 2019. To help save lives and change this terrible statistic, NHTSA is teaming up with local officials to remind all drivers that Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving.
If you are transporting alcohol, be sure it is unopened and remember that it is never okay to drink alcohol when driving. Always store alcohol in the trunk or the back seat. Read these stats and help us spread the message about the importance of sober driving.
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