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This Holiday Season, Nebraska Law Enforcement Is Looking For Drunk Drivers

16 December 2016

The NHTSA has kicked off its Driver Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign, and has also announced it is attempting to end drunk driving in the US using Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS).

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Police noted that drunken or drug-impaired driving offenders often serve jail time, lose their driver's licenses, are charged higher insurance rates and pay dozens of other unanticipated expenses ranging from attorney fees, court costs, auto towing and repairs, and lost wages. This means you will see more law enforcement out on the roads starting on December 15 through January 1. Numerous crashes can be attributed to unsafe vehicle operations caused by distracted and aggressive driving.

"We will have stepped up enforcement during the ENDUi campaign", he said.

"The primary mission of our DUI Task Force Unit is to drastically reduce the number of impaired driving crashes in Maui County", said Sgt. Krau. Designate a sober driver ahead of time.

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If you become intoxicated, do not drive for any reason.

Remember a sober driver isn't the person who drank the least.

To that end, the DOT has a free Zero In Wisconsin Drive Sober mobile app, www.zeroinwisconsin.gov/drivesober/, which includes a "find a ride" feature, a blood alcohol estimator, a designated driver selector and interactive games to help determine if a driver should relinquish the vehicle keys to someone else. Call a taxi, Uber, phone a sober friend or family member or use our public bus system.

16, the special year-end "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" enforcement wave begins. Hand the keys to a sober driver or face the consequences. Pabst says the DOT is hoping to change people's mind when it comes to driving while drunk and not to just increase arrests.

This Holiday Season, Nebraska Law Enforcement Is Looking For Drunk Drivers