Labor Day 2020 - Drink. Drive. Go to Jail.
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Drink. Drive. Go to Jail

Before the Labor Day holiday weekend begins, TxDOT reminds motorists to Plan While You Can. According to TxDOT statistics, there were 382 DUI-alcohol related crashes that resulted in 12 fatalities and 55 serious injuries during the 2019 Labor Day holiday period.

Before you start your Labor Day festivities, be sure that you make a plan for a safe ride home. Remember a designated driver is not one who is “least drunk” but should be a sober driver who has not consumed any amount of alcohol. You can help to make this Labor Day holiday one that can be cherished for years to come by simply planning for a sober ride through such ways as designating a sober driver, simply staying where you are, calling a taxi, a sober friend or family member, or using mass transit. You can also visit to plan your ride home before the party and the drinking begins because drivers under the influence of alcohol could face up to $17,000 in fines, fees, and could lose their license.

Drink. Drive. Go To Jail.


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