Help Keep The Roads Safer This New Year

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New Year’s Eve and the early morning hours of New Year’s Day are some of the most risky times to be on the road. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, half of all fatal New Year’s accidents involve drunk drivers and only the far busier Thanksgiving holiday sees more overall deaths each year. January 1st is also the most dangerous day of the year for pedestrians with an average of 22 people being struck and killed each year.
Help make this New Year’s holiday safer, don’t try to drive if you have been drinking. If you do plan to drink, please plan ahead and use a designated driver.