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Designate a Sober Driver!

by NHTSA category: Cause

“I am celebrating #NYE2014 safely by planning ahead and designating a sober driver. #BuzzedDriving is Drunk Driving. http://thndr.it/1gBDKXl

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NHTSA
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274 of 250
110% of goal supported
Social Reach
540,165
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Ends Dec 31, 2:30 PM EST

Complete

This campaign ended on December 31 at 2PM

Designate a Sober Driver!

An average of one drunk-driving fatality occurred every 51 minutes in 2012.  This New Year’s Eve, help keep our roads safe by encouraging others and yourself to plan ahead and designate a sober driver before you go out to your holiday events. Spread the word that Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving with Thunderclap! Here's what you can do:

  1. Donate a Facebook and/or Twitter post to show your support. By joining at the top of this page, you give Thunderclap one-time-only permission to automatically post to your account, on December 31st at 2:30pm (ET).
  2. Encourage your friends and family to join this Thunderclap. The more people that join, the more we can help keep our roads safer on New Year’s Eve nationwide.
  3. Like/follow NHTSA on Facebook and Twitter @NHTSAgov for more tips and info.

Join us in ringing in the New Year safely.  

  • Thank you!

    January 2, 2014
    Thank you for joining our Thunderclap! Your support was critical in helping make a safer #NYE2014. WIshing you all the best for the upcoming year! 
  • Upping our goal!

    December 26, 2013
    Wow! With your help we have already exceeded our original goal of 100 supporters! To continue the momentum, we’re raising our goal to 250. Help us get there by sharing this Thunderclap with everyone in your networks. Let’s encourage as many Americans to join this Thunderclap to spread the word that Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving. The more people that join, the more we can help keep our roads safer on New Year’s Eve!
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NHTSA
@NHTSAgov

The Buzzed Driving Prevention public service advertising (PSA) campaign was launched in 2005 by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Ad Council. The goal of the campaign is to educate people that consuming even a few drinks can impair driving and that the physical and financial consequences of buzzed driving can be devastating. Getting pulled over for buzzed driving could cost you around $10,000 in fines, legal fees and increased insurance rates.

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