Don’t wreck the holidays! December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month. Please choose wisely, act responsibly, drive sober, and implore friends and loved ones not to get behind the wheel while impaired.

“Every day, lives are shattered and lost on our Nation’s roadways as a result of alcohol, drugs, and distracted driving.  The statistics are alarming:  In 2018, impaired driving took more than 10,000 lives in the United States — almost 30 of our fellow Americans each day.  During National Impaired Driving Prevention Month, we reaffirm our commitment to preventing tragedies from impaired driving by making the responsible decision to drive sober.  We also remember the victims of impaired driving, pray for the grieving families of those whose lives have been taken, and honor the law enforcement professionals who work to keep our roads safe…”

Read the Full Presidential Proclamation.

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