Today, we can see a future without drunk driving, but we need your help to get there. Please join us in the fight by pledging to support the Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving.
In 2014, after a long battle to pass first-time offender ignition interlock legislation in South Carolina, Emma�s Law became law. Named after six-year-old Emma Longstreet who was killed by a drunk driver, the new law expands the punishment for all convicted drunk drivers, including first offenders, with a BAC above .15. MADD urges lawmakers to strengthen Emma�s Law to require all-convicted drunk drivers with a BAC of .08 and greater to have an interlock installed and utilize ALR to help deter drunk drivers.