It is never worth the risk to drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Drivers could lose their licenses, pay large fines or worst of all, cause tragic losses of life, Lane Roberts, Joplin chief of police warned.
In 2006 273 people died in more than 7,900 alcohol related traffic crashes, resulting in a death or injury every 1.6 hours.Keep the statistics in mind and heed the warning.
Three simple rules should be followed when drinking. They are:
- Never Drink and Drive
- Do not let others Drink and Drive
- Always have a designated driver