Fraud Blocker

The most effective strategy to prevent drunk Driving is to avoid it in the first place. We all share the road and must work together to make it safe. Therefore, we support enforcement and education programs to assist all drivers in understanding the dangers of driving while intoxicated and how to make responsible decisions that protect their safety and of others on the road.

Plan ahead of time for a designated driver, a ride-sharing or cab journey, or an overnight stay at a friend’s place. A single drink can impair visual function, mental judgment, and motor abilities, impairing Driving.

Strategies for Reducing Impaired Driving

To reduce Impaired Driving while intoxicated, four fundamental tactics are utilized:

  • Deterrence: pass, promote, enforce, and adjudicate laws against impaired Driving so that individuals do not choose to drive intoxicated.
  • Avoidance: Reduce alcohol and drug usage, and keep impaired drivers off the road.
  • Communications and outreach: educate the public about drunk driving hazards and build positive social norms that make driving drunk undesirable.
  • Treatment for alcohol and drugs: minimize alcohol and drug dependence or addiction among drivers.

Alcohol and Drugs provide a variety of challenging difficulties at each stage, from measuring their frequency and impact on driving to devising appropriate legislation and programs for enforcement, prevention, and treatment. Many anti-alcohol-impaired-driving measures, however, may also curb drug-impaired Driving.

Many additional traffic safety precautions aid in the reduction of alcohol and drug-impaired driving-related collisions and fatalities.

Preventing Teen Driving Impairment

Alcohol is not only unlawful for teens to consume; it is also dangerous if they drink and drive. Alcohol driving is one of the leading causes of mortality among adolescents. Most of the skills young drivers require are impaired by alcohol, including response time, eyesight, and judgment. What should a parent do? Being proactive can help to lessen the danger of teen drinking and Driving.

Establish ground rules and explain the repercussions of breaching them.

Explain to your adolescents that they must not consume alcohol, especially if they want to drive. Make sure they understand that it is prohibited for anybody under the age of 21 to go with any trace of alcohol in their system. Explain the repercussions of being discovered driving intoxicated, such as spending time in jail, losing their driver’s license, being denied admission to college, or being involved in a tragic vehicle accident. Communicate the rules and expectations. Consider creating a parent-teen-driving agreement to establish and enforce these norms and expectations.

Prepare teenagers to deal with peer pressure.

Some adolescents drinking are motivated by peer pressure. Sit down with your teenagers and discuss potential alcohol-related issues. Remember that the majority of teenagers who drink do it to become intoxicated. Discuss what they would do if given alcohol at a party and how to refuse a ride from a drunken buddy. Remind them that if they find themselves in a situation where alcohol is provided to minors, they may always contact you for a ride.

Other laws and policies that can reduce alcohol access and Driving impairment

People under the age of 21 are not permitted to drive with any measurable level of alcohol in their systems under zero-tolerance rules. These rules and others that keep the legal drinking age at 21 in place are in effect in all 50 states.

Policies that make alcohol less accessible, available, and inexpensive help lower drinking impairment and prevent drunk Driving. Some examples include raising alcohol taxes and restricting alcohol outlet density to limit the number of shops selling alcohol in a given place.



Need help with any legal issues?

Contact Us

Been in an accident and need an attorney? We want to talk to you! Our attorneys and staff speak English and Spanish for your convenience.

Call or text us at


Los Angeles Area Office


Desert Cities Office

Schedule icon

Open 24 hours 7 Days a Week

Call us today at

Phone icon

Los Angeles Area Office


Desert Cities Office


Or fill out the form below today.

Free consultations in English and Spanish.