How to Stop Drinking and Driving Over Memorial Day Weekend

While Memorial Day Weekend often marks the start of summer fun, it also marks one of the more dangerous weekends of the year for fatal vehicle accidents, especially those related to alcohol use. Follow these five ideas to make sure drunk driving doesn’t ruin your weekend of fun in the sun.

Do You Drink Alcohol? You Should Get a Personal Breathalyzer

Consuming alcohol and operating a vehicle do not mix. If you drink alcohol at a party, a restaurant, or bar, you can use a personal breathalyzer to determine your blood alcohol concentration (BAC). Here’s what you need to know about getting your own breathalyzer to avoid drunk driving and stay safe on the road.

How Much Alcohol is Really in Your Standard Drink?

Whether you drink daily or only drink when you are participating in occasional festivities, you may be surprised by how much alcohol is in your drink. Before getting behind the wheel, it’s vital to understand how much alcohol is really in your standard drink, and how it affects your motor safety.

6 Tips on How to Avoid Drunk Driving on Cinco de Mayo

While you may choose to celebrate this festive time in a drinking environment, everyone’s priority should be to make it a safe holiday. Remember: nobody should get behind the wheel of a car after drinking alcohol. Read on to learn how to avoid drunk driving on Cinco de Mayo.

What Happens at DUI Checkpoints and Why Are They Neccessary

A DUI checkpoint, also known as a sobriety checkpoint, is one method law enforcement uses to test drivers for intoxication. They are a necessary part of a broader attempt at deterring drinking and driving. Here’s what you need to know.

Think Before You Binge Drink: How to Avoid Alcoholism

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, which is an excellent opportunity to look at your relationship with alcohol and reevaluate dangerous drinking behaviors. 15.1 million adults in the United States have “alcohol use disorder,” otherwise known as alcoholism. Here are a few things to consider before you take a drink.

How Your BAC Level Affects Your Ability to Drive Safely

An individual’s blood alcohol content, also called blood alcohol concentration or BAC refers to the percent of alcohol in Atheir bloodstream. A number of factors can determine and influence the alcohol level in blood. We’ll review what affects your BAC level, how it drastically changes your ability to drive, and how to stay safe on […]