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Drunk Driving on Halloween Isn't Just Scary â?? It's Wrong

Posted by on October 28, 2017 at 12:45 PM


A night that turns entire neighborhoods into candy stores for kids should include some fun for the adults too. For some, Halloween doesn't just involve costumes, scary movies, or a feast of cavity-inducing treats.


Alcohol can be a part of many parties, but sometimes it takes over, according to these frightening Halloween drunk driving statistics:


44% of national fatal crashes during Halloween weekend involved a driver or motorcyclist with a BAC of 0.08 or higher.

38% of fatal crashes that occurred on Halloween night involved a driver or motorcyclist with a BAC of 0.08 or higher.

23% of pedestrian fatalities on Halloween night included a drunk driver.


Don't be distracted

All the colorful Halloween distractions can easily divert your attention. That's why it's important to keep your cell phone away, turn your music down or off, and leave your hands on the steering wheel.


Don't text and drive

You may have a few Halloween parties you're trying to coordinate, but all the pedestrians on the street make it even more crucial to keep your cell phone away so you can stay focused on the road.

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