Posts filed under: Drunk Driving

The specific mission of the national Crime Victims’ Rights Week this year is to Expand the Circle, and reach all victims. A victim of drunk driving is someone whose life is cut short because of it: someone who is killed...
In our nearly 4 decades, Mothers Against Drunk Driving has stood for numerous laws aimed at fighting to end drunk driving. Because of those laws, the number of drunk driving deaths has been cut in half since 1980. But while...
At Velodyne LiDAR, we imagine this: A future of pristine roadways and safely driven cars, in which no lives are ever lost or families shattered, due to the threat posed by human error, especially that of drunk driving. Today, Velodyne...
Our partners in law enforcement are among the hardest workers in the mission to end drunk driving. Therefore, we feel strongly that they deserve as much appreciation and recognition as we can give. That’s why we are so proud to...
Statement: MADD is alarmed and outraged that someone entrusted with driving children was allegedly drunk when he crashed a school bus. Thankfully, no students were on the bus at the time of the crash and no one was injured. However,...
My career with Tucson Electric Power Company (TEP) began in September 1991.  In March 1993, fellow employee Robert “Bubba” Bills was struck and killed while on the job by a drunk driver. Not long after, TEP launched its aggressive “Drunk...
Remember 13 years of age? Everything seems possible, spread before you like a buffet, simply waiting for you to start making those “adult” decisions that will alter the rest of your life.  That’s the precipice Christopher Croley perched — not...
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Drunk driving — and all traffic fatalities — have increased for two consecutive years. Drunk driving claims 10,000 lives every year and continues to account for nearly one-third of all traffic deaths. Despite nearly four decades of action by Mothers...
The lives saved by ignition interlocks have been piling up since Arizona became the first state to adopt such a law in 2007. Today, 30 states and the District of Columbia have such protections in place. In-car breathalyzers, as they...