In the U.S., we have made significant strides in reducing the incidents of drunk driving over the last 30 years. Groups like Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) have led the charge in trying to help educate and curb dangerous driving habits, leading to a 50% reduction in deaths since 1980.
In 2017 alone, nearly 11,000 people died in drunk-driving car accidents including more than 200 children under age 14. To help stop drunk driving, we must continue to draw attention to its deadly effects and uplift organizations working within our communities to stop it once and for all.
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