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Impaired driving

Make it none for the road.

More than 30 people die every day in crashes that involve a driver impaired by alcohol, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Add drivers impaired by prescription medicines and other drugs and that number goes up significantly.

While drunk driving has declined by about one-third since 2007, the number of drivers under the influence of drugs has increased. Between 2013 and 2014, 22 percent of drivers tested positive for a drug that would cause impairment, according to a roadside survey conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Don’t drive impaired.

And that’s smart safety!

For additional information or guidance, contact your safety office.