Posts filed under: Drunk Driving

Last month, Mothers Against Drunk Driving joined the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in Washington, DC, to help kick off this year’s Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign. From Aug. 16 through Labor Day – one of the deadliest...
While MADD has cut drunk driving deaths by half since 1982, drunk driving is still the leading threat on our roadways. As part of our Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving and in conjunction with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)...
It’s that time again! Let’s vote! Even while the 2019 Walk Like MADD season is in full swing, we’ve started looking forward to the 2020 season. Our Walks are about hope … about healing … and about finding a way...
Make sure you prepare your college bound kids for their new freedom. If they’re of legal drinking age, tell them to plan ahead. If their plans include alcohol, they must drink responsibly. Don’t assume they know. Check in on them...
According to the National Highway Safety Traffic Administration (NHTSA), car crashes are the leading cause of death for 15- to 18-year olds in the United States. This school year, your teens may even be new drivers or riding around with...
It’s back to school season again. Your kids will probably take a lot of rides to different places. They’ll go to school, the babysitter, field trips and other afterschool activities. They may be riding with more drivers than just their...
I still remember my daughter’s first day of third grade. That morning, Helen Marie and her younger brother, John, posed on the brick patio with their new lunch boxes—the latest in a series of back-to-school snapshots. By that afternoon, though,...
Three days after turning 15, Zach Gonzalez was killed by a drugged driver while riding his bike with his friends. The driver had Valium and cocaine in his system and five cocaine pipes in his vehicle that all tested positive....
Labor Day is a popular day of celebration when many Americans consume alcohol. It’s a time of increased drunk driving which is why an increased law enforcement presence is needed. What is Saturation Saturday? Saturation Saturday was first launched in...
On September 26, 2014, what seemed like a normal Friday night, the Apodaca family was changed forever. Anthony, Alyssa, and their children Uriah and Shala were hit by a drunk driver. The family sustained numerous injuries. Alyssa was pregnant at...