Drunk Driving Prevention

Drunk Driving Prevention

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    Drunk Driving Prevention - Crashing Glasses

    Since launching this campaign in 1983, more than 68% of Americans exposed to the advertising have tried to prevent someone from driving drunk. In 1998, America experienced its lowest number of alcohol-related fatalities since the U.S. Department of Transportation began keeping records. Campaign taglines have included: "Drinking & Driving Can Kill A Friendship" and "Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk."

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    Drunk Driving Prevention - Skeletons

    Since launching this campaign in 1983, more than 68% of Americans exposed to the advertising have tried to prevent someone from driving drunk. In 1998, America experienced its lowest number of alcohol-related fatalities since the U.S. Department of Transportation began keeping records. Campaign taglines have included: "Drinking & Driving Can Kill A Friendship" and "Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk."

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68% of Americans report that they have tried to prevent someone from driving after drinking, since the campaign launched

1983 - Present

"Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk."

Since launching this campaign in 1983, more than 68% of Americans report that they have tried to prevent someone from driving after drinking. In 1998, America experienced its lowest number of alcohol-related fatalities since the U.S. Department of Transportation began keeping records. Campaign taglines have included: "Drinking & Driving Can Kill A Friendship" and "Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk." For current drunk driving prevention work, visit here.

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