Since the September 11 terror attacks, over 180,000 men women and children have died in America as a result of drunk driving. Laws providing a deterrent are not enough. We need to address the behaviors in our culture that put drunk drivers on the road. It is time to stand up and admit that as a culture, we drink together and LET each other drive away. - Allen D. Porter
The SoberDrivers Pledge is a promise worth keeping. It's your promise to BE PREVENTION by preventing your own drunk driving and preventing those around from driving too soon after drinking.
The National Directory of Designated Driver Services (NDDDS) is a list of companies that will come to where you have been drinking and drive you home in your own car. [updated 4/30/16]
The DUI Avoidance Lesson Plan lays out in simple terms what what drunk driving is and why you should avoid it with detailed tips on how to avoid driving under the influence.
Recent DADO blog entries include a comparison of drunk driving with Russian Roulette and another about the role ride sharing apps play in drunk driving prevention.
Don't go yet! You just finished that beer. Here ... sit down a while.— DADO President (@DADOHELP) May 30, 2016
In America on average, nearly 11,000 people die every year in DUI-related crashes. This decline of a couple hundred fatalities per year is a function of improved vehicle safety, NOT the necessary change in our behaviors. A full 1/3 of all arrested for DUI/DWI are repeat offenders.
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The SAFEKEY System Stops Impaired Driving, Keeping Your Roads and Your Loved Ones Safe.
SafeKey is an innovative Ignition Interlock System which does NOT use a breathalyzer. You can read about it in our "Personal Tech - Avoiding DUI with Devices" article.
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90% of All Drunk Driving Happens After Drinking With Family, Friends, and Coworkers. There is almost always somebody around who could be part of the solution. Don't let drunk driving happen right in front of you.
"I never worry about being driven to drink,
I only worry about being driven home."