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CINCINNATI, OH – (December 30, 2017) -- While ringing in the new year with a champagne toast may be a tradition for some, drivers should treat it like any other day and have a designated driver and a plan to get home safely. With the holiday falling on the weekend, people may be tempted to indulge more, but safety should never take a holiday.
New data from the Ohio Department of Public Safety (ODPS) shows:
As a longtime not-for-profit advocate for the safety of motorists, AAA has identified impaired driving as one of their top safety concerns.
“Party-goers celebrating with alcohol, drugs, or even drivers using prescription medications need to be informed of the dangers of driving while impaired,” says Jenifer Moore, AAA spokeswoman. “New Year’s Eve weekend provides another opportunity to call attention to these year-round important safety practices.”
To strengthen efforts to protect the public against impaired drivers and reduce alcohol and drug-related traffic deaths, AAA offers these safety tips for NYE revelers:
Who's in the Driver's Seat? The Transformation of Transportation
On Tuesday, October 17, 2017, AAA and TEDx Wilmington held the first TEDx Salon dedicated to ideas worth spreading in transportation.
This event had:
This TEDx WilmingtonSalon was organized in partnership with AAA
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