Our take: Don’t drink and drive this New Year’s Eve
Released at 9:11 am on Thursday, December 29, 2022
P.Resident Joe Biden has signed a proclamation establishing December as National Drunk Driving Prevention Month.
A White House statement in late November said: “More than 10,000 Americans are lost each year to drunken and drug-driven driving, accounting for nearly one-third of all traffic deaths. In 2019, about 11% of Americans drove under the influence, including a staggering 19.6% of 21- to 25-year-olds, a number higher than the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. has increased since then. “
You’ve heard it before: in driver education, law enforcement, billboards, commercials. But it’s still important. Do not drive if you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
We all know that New Year’s Eve is a big drinking day. Many at the bar he must count down the end of 2022 and find his way home.
Do not drink and drive. find a ride. Please plan ahead. Assign a dedicated driver.
Or adjust your intake before getting drunk. Do not drink on an empty stomach. Drink water with alcohol and skip liqueurs and spirits for lower alcohol content. Limit yourself to one or two drinks and allow a few hours to settle down.
When you drive to work, school, or school every day, it’s easy to forget about the dangers of driving. Driving cars that weigh thousands of pounds at high speed is commonplace. However, it is important to remember the risks, especially if you have a disability.
Holidays are especially dangerous, and more and more people enjoy traveling and drinking. Stay completely off the road if possible.
Distracted driving and sleep-deprived driving are also dangerous.
Many of us have found that no one in our group should be driving. In that case, consider alternatives. Taking risks can result in injury, death, loss of job, or jail time.