Adults go out for Halloween too. It’s always important to remember that BUZZED DRIVING is DRUNK DRIVING. We’ve shared information before about the Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving Campaign but I wanted to take the chance to share information before you head out for that Halloween party.
Halloween means dark streets full of little kids distracted by candy and costumes. That makes it especially important to start planning a safe and sober ride home from whatever fun you’ll be having that night – so your evening doesn’t turn into a real nightmare.
Whether at a Halloween party, a costume contest at a bar or trick-or-treating through the neighborhood, many of us will be on the road this weekend. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Ad Council are reminding everyone that the best way to stay safe is to plan ahead and designate a sober driver before you head out for your Halloween festivities.
Here are some great resources to keep everyone safe this Halloween-
Just because you are a Designated Driver, doesn’t mean you can’t have some fun. Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving has created a list of 50 Non-Alcoholic Drinks.
Not able to secure a designated driver? The campaign has created the Alternative Ride Locator.
You can commit to being safe this Halloween by signing the pledge to not drink and drive.