Celebrate Safely this Labor Day
Labor Day is celebrated by many Americans as the symbolic end of summer, but it can also be
an especially especially dangerous time on America’s roadways. Learn more »
Angie Bass was on her way to drop off her son Zack at school when a drunk driver traveling at 85 miles per hour crashed into their car, leaving Angie and Zack in critical condition. The following day, seven-year-old Zack died from his injuries.
Many survivors of drunk and drugged driving crashes, as well as loved ones of those who’ve died, feel lost and helpless.
In 2012, there were 147 people killed in drunk driving crashes over Labor Day weekend.
Wilmington, DE – Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) will join AAA and the National Transportation Safety Bureau (NTSB) today when Governor Jack Markell signs HB 212, lifesaving ignition interlock legislation into law.
Washington, D.C. – When Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) launched its Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving® in the fall of 2006, one state, New Mexico, had an all-offender ignition interlock law. Since then, 23 states have passed all-offender ignition interlock legislation.