Halloween is scary enough – keep it safe by driving sober

From pumpkin carving, to costume parties, to trick-or-treating, Halloween is an exciting holiday for Americans of all ages--not just our kids. In fact, many of the ghosts and goblins you'll see this Halloween season are young adults heading out to bars, restaurants, and private homes to celebrate.

Unfortunately, sometimes the most frightening part of Halloween isn’t the spooky costumes and scary pranks. Halloween is a particularly deadly night due to the number of drunk drivers on our roads.

If you're heading out to celebrate this year, make sure you plan a safe and sober way of getting home

Posted 8:20 AM

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