Drunk driving is extremely dangerous and should be avoided at all costs.

Drunk drivers kill more than 10,000 people every year on the roads.

That equals nearly one person killed every 30 minutes by a drunk driver.

Driving with a blood alcohol content – BAC -- of .08 or higher is illegal.

When a driver’s BAC is .08 or higher, their balance, speech, vision, reaction time and hearing all become impaired.

After drinking alcohol, a driver’s concentration, memory and ability to process information are all negatively affected, making them extremely dangerous on the road.

Avoid becoming a statistic.

If you’ve been drinking, don’t drive. Get a ride home. Call a cab. Use a ride-share service. Don’t let drunk friends drive. Help keep everyone on the road safe.