Almost half of fatal accidents happen during Halloween weekend as a result of drinking and driving.
While dressing up and celebrating can be a great time, it’s important to remember cops are actively patrolling for drunk drivers. The stakes of a DUI are too high to risk arrest, so we advise designating a sober driver and avoiding getting behind the wheel.
A new campaign, Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving, includes scary stats that from 2013-2017, 158 people were killed in drunk-driving crashes on Halloween.
Don’t ruin your Halloween party by ending up in jail. Talk with your teens about safe choices and the consequences of underage drinking and a DUI.