Safe driving means no drunk driving and, perhaps, no driving at all. Whether it's cutting down on distractions or designating a sober driver, protect yourself and others by paying attention to your driving habits. To make sure that you are as safe as possible, we have compiled a list of resources to help you become a more responsible driver:
- What is fact, and what is fiction? Equip yourself with the right information by discerning the truth from myths and urban legends.
- Do you talk or text on your cell phone while driving? The National Safety Council provides an overview of distracted driving and the research studies that explore its consequences.
- For some sobering statistics on drunk driving and alcohol-impaired driving fatalities, visit the Century Council website.
- Being or choosing a designated driver can be an effective way to keep the roads safe. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration outlines the Designated Driver program and why it is so critical.