According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), around 38 percent of traffic fatalities that have occured each year on or around May 5 are alcohol related.
If you do need to drive – Enjoy drinks slowly and alternate with glasses of water. Stop drinking a few hours before driving, and make sure to eat food to soak up the alcohol in your stomach.
Ride sharing apps are all too common to still be driving home drunk. If you can’t afford a sober ride home, then throw a party at your own place or stay with a friend. Taking the risk of driving drunk isn’t worth your life or another’s.
Be mindful of other drivers. If you are the designated driver for the night, make sure that you are watching out for other drivers on the road. You never know if someone has decided to drive after having one too many and their vision and judgement is impaired.
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