Drunk Driving Statistics You Can’t Ignore

There are a lot of myths about drinking and driving. But the truth doesn’t change: according to drunk driving statistics, there’s no safe way to drink and drive. Even a small amount of alcohol in your system can contribute to a fatal accident. In 2018, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA), 1878 people died in alcohol-related car crashes where the driver had blood alcohol concentrations between .01 and .07. 

According to MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving), 28.7 million people admitted that they drove while intoxicated in 2013 alone. This number is higher than the population of Texas. Regardless of what you may hear, the facts about drinking and driving debunk common misconceptions and shed light on the dangerous repercussions.

We’ve compiled a few facts about drinking and driving in the free infographic below. Educating the public on the dangers and consequences of drinking and driving may be one of the best options to reduce crashes and fatalities. Want to help raise drunk driving awareness? Click the link to add this infographic to your site.

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