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St. Patrick's Day - Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving


 With many festivities taking place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, the Kansas Department of Transportation encourages everyone to remember the dangers of impaired driving and have a sober driver or alternative transportation secured before heading out on the road. 

 In 2021, 143 people were killed in alcohol-suspected crashes in Kansas, 61 people were killed in crashes that involved a blood alcohol content level of 0.08 and greater. The Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving safety campaign reminds drivers that impaired driving is not only illegal but also a matter of life and death.

 If you’re the designated driver, make sure you keep that promise of safety to yourself and your passengers. Take the role of a designated driver seriously. 

 For more information about the Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving campaign, visit the link here.

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