Don’t be part of the problem. The fourth of July holiday weekend is traditionally one of the deadliest on the highway for impaired driving crashes. Law officers will be patrolling extra hours to keep those buzzed drivers off the road; so designate someone else to drive if you plan to party over the holiday. Last year, 188 Americans were killed in drunk driving accidents. Sobriety checkpoints will be set-up across the region, so if you’re caught, plan on paying thousands of dollars in fines, and losing your license. Jail time is also a possibility. Drunk driving is still the #1 killer on American roads.
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