Crossing Center Lines

December is the time of much celebration. We want to have fun, especially with so much to enjoy among our friends and family. Who doesn't like a party with people we love?

So, let's celebrate — but not by driving impaired. We can have fun without endangering others and breaking the law.

If you enjoy alcohol or other influences that affect your driving ability, then prevent yourself from getting behind the steering wheel! Driving impaired means that we are not at our best. With December distractions and hectic traffic, we do not want to be a danger to others. So, let's think of others first and about our own families by making the right choice — that is, to forgo driving ourselves by seeking alternatives when we are consuming alcohol or other body-influencing chemicals.

The information in this resource comes from government agencies, promoting awareness about the dangers of impaired driving. Love is our best reason to heed the warnings and take the precautions necessary to prevent danger to ourselves and people who also have families that love them dearly.

Enjoy the holidays and be safe. Think twice when you are impaired, and never get behind the wheel in that situation!

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