Your Hump-Day Recess: Halloween Drunk Driving Just Won’t Fly
From the Texas Department of Transportation, a Halloween message.
This year Halloween falls on a Friday night. With no work the next day, it will be as much a party night for adults as kids. That’s fun, but it also means that there are more chances to drink, and thus, more chances to drink and drive. If your Halloween haunts include places that serve alcohol, make sure you plan ahead.
- Enlist a designated driver.
- No designated driver? Take a taxi, or use public transportation (that includes your feet).
- Watch out for pedestrians, including trick-or-treaters.
It’s not clear whether an ignition interlock could be installed on a broom. We’ll have to do some research on that. Meanwhile have fun on Halloween, and stay safe.
Your Hump Day Recess: Every Wednesday LifeSafer brings you something a little different, related to the worlds of road safety, to ease your progress over Hump Day and through the week.
Previous Hump Days: car safety, animals, posters. traffic jams, more posters, fake microbrews a German Ignition Interlock spoof from 1960, a Star Wars anti-drunk driving message, our Top 10 Worst Crash Tests, a different kind of Anti-DUI message, Budweiser’s dogged anti-DUI campaign, How Not to Dodge a Parking Ticket, a Cool 1950s Soviet Anti Drunk Driving Poster, He Got a DUI on a WHAT? and a 1970s Alcohol Mythbuster.