“Don’t get left behind. When you drink and drive, your social life stops. Share so no one gets left behind.”
“Every day, Colorado drivers are putting lives at risk by driving impaired. Each year, more than 26,000 people are arrested for DUI, and more than one-third of all Colorado traffic fatalities are alcohol-related.
With the goal of reducing the number of DUI-related fatalities and offenses in Colorado, CDOT has teamed with BACtrack to promote responsible drinking habits and the use of personal breathalyzers. BACtrack aims to help people monitor their blood alcohol content (BAC) to make informed and responsible decisions when it comes to driving.”
Learn more from CDOT campaign page
There are communities in Australia being torn apart by drugs and alcohol. Public fights, domestic violence and child abuse is the new norm. Police admit they have lost control, and despite extraordinary levels of Government funding and NGO service delivery, circumstances are not getting better. It’s #timetoact (August 2017).
Visit cashlessdebitcard.org.au to show your support.
“In the last 50 years road casualties caused by drink driving (in UK) have fallen dramatically, but in 2014, there were still 240 deaths due to drink driving – accounting for 14% of all road fatalities. By drinking and driving, you risk your life, those of your passengers and others on the road.”
Read more from THINK campaign
Ad campaign against drunk driving. By Ecovia (Brazil).
“A disturbing trend has emerged in which young people brag about drunk driving and even post about deadly crashes via social media. With every Instagram story and Facebook Live broadcast, the number of drunk driving deaths rises, reversing decades of efforts to paint this crime as deadly and inexcusable.
Join MADD in asking Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to remove these type of offensive comments and adopt policies against posting images, videos and other content to brag about or promote drunk driving.”
Sign the Petition HERE
“Drinking too much alcohol can cause physical and emotional damage to you, your friends and your family. One out of every six New Yorkers drinks more than the recommended guidelines described below, and alcohol leads to nearly 1,800 deaths in the city each year.
If you are an excessive drinker, there are steps you can take to cut back and lower your health risks.”
Read more from NYC Health (USA)