If you drive, it’s your responsibility to stay sober and get all your passengers home safely.
Learn to drive without alcohol. The more alcohol, the less likely you are to buckle up. 80% of teens who die in alcohol related crashes were not buckled up.
Fewer students report riding with alcohol–impaired drivers after attending school-based learning how to drive a car programs.
Last year in North Carolina, 139 teens were killed in car crashes. The highway patrol is pulling out all stops to keep teen drivers and passengers safe this summer.