Maybe it’s staying up past midnight. Maybe it’s saying goodbye to one year and hello to another. Maybe it’s all good food and company. Something about New Year’s Eve drives a lot of people crazy. It’s fun. January and he’s already an excuse to throw one party before the dark and cold days of February begin.
But if your indulgence includes alcohol, perhaps more alcohol than usual, be prepared to take responsibility for it.
According to SafeAuto.com, between 6:00 p.m. Dec. 31 and 6:00 a.m. Jan. 1, there were 71 more drug or alcohol-related crashes than on an average weekend night all year round. % Increased has. The National Security Council said he could have 408 vehicular fatalities during the year-end and New Year holidays (from 6 p.m. today to 11:59 p.m. on Monday, January 2). We collect data for estimation.
What a dread for a holiday that is supposed to celebrate new beginnings!
If you’re planning a celebration this weekend, think ahead. If you think you’re overdoing it, plan to go home, or if your host has a spare bed or sofa, stay where you are. A designated driver … do whatever is necessary to avoid driving under the influence. And hosts, please understand your responsibilities. Try not to overeat, offer plenty of food and non-alcoholic drink options, and be happy to help arrange cars home for people, or provide extra beds or sofas.
We made it through another year. And we want to know what the new brings. Let’s act smart, safe and responsible and help us all get it started right.