Don’t Let Holiday Celebrations End Tragically Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving
The holidays are a wonderful time of year, filled with celebrations, time with loved ones and good cheer. But, for the 775 families whose loved ones were killed during December 2010 in alcohol-impaired-driving crashes, the joyous celebrations ended in disaster.
That’s why Tom Wilson Counseling Centeris joining with highway safety partners and law enforcement organizations across the country this December to remind people that during the holidays and throughout the year, drinking alcohol and driving do not mix and that Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving.
“Drinking and driving is never a good combination, and it’s just not worth the risk,” said substance abuse specialist, Tom Wilson.“Driving a vehicle or riding a motorcycle while intoxicated jeopardizes your safety and t…