In 2016, 368 people were killed on Georgia's roads in motor vehicle crashes involving a driver or motorcycle rider (operator) with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 g/Dl or greater (NHTSA, 2017).
That was 24% of people killed on Georgia's roadways.
Almost 1 in 4.
Every single one of these deaths was 100% preventable.
Behind every statistic is a family forever changed.
Long after the crash, survivors, family, and friends continue to feel the impact.
It is never too late to work towards a future of No More Victims.
It's Never Too Late to save someone's life.