Why You Should Not → Drink And Drive

Drinking and driving is extremely dangerous and is one of the leading causes of preventable deaths worldwide. Alcohol impairs judgment, coordination, and reaction time, making it much more difficult to operate a vehicle safely. Even a small amount of alcohol can significantly increase the risk of a crash, and the risk increases significantly as the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) increases. In addition to the risk of causing a crash, those who drink and drive also risk being arrested and losing their driver's license. It is never acceptable to drink and drive, and it is important to find a safe and sober way to get home after consuming alcohol. If you have been drinking and need to get somewhere, consider using a designated driver, a ride-sharing service, public transportation, or a taxi. By making the responsible choice not to drink and drive, you can help to keep yourself and others safe on the road.