This Halloween, Remember That Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving
Posted Oct 24 2010 8:08am
The dark streets will be filled with little kids this Halloween, which makes it especially important to be sure that you’re driving safely and responsibly. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Ad Council are once again reminding everyone that the best way to stay safe is to plan ahead and designate a sober driver before you head out for your Halloween festivities.
If you’re planning a Halloween party yourself, why not serve some terrific non-alcoholic drinks? Click here for a list of 50 non-alcoholic party drink recipes!
If you think you’re going to be drinking while you’re out, locate an alternative ride ahead of time in case you over-indulge. Click here for a list of nationwide alternative ride programs.
And please check out the Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving website , where you can sign a pledge not to drink and drive; play “Spot the Difference,” an interactive game that simulates the effects of buzzed driving; and watch a real-life video about how buzzed driving changed one woman’s life.
Let’s work together this Halloween to put an end to buzzed driving. Please plan ahead and designate a sober driver before you begin celebrating. Don’t forget: Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving.
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