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Is drunk driving still a problem in Georgia?

For so many decades now Georgia residents have been presented with public awareness campaigns, statistics and education warning them about the dangers of drinking and driving. Whether in driver's education classes or on roadside billboards, this message has been delivered time and time again. It would be understandable that you might feel that others have appropriately heard this message and are today making better choices. Sadly, statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration suggest otherwise.

Staying safe behind the wheel of a big rig

Georgia truck drivers are a critical part of the economy as they are responsible for transporting all kinds of cargo between destinations. Without their services, something as simple as grabbing groceries from the store, would be much more time consuming and inconvenient for many people. Due to the nature of their job, truckers often spend hours behind the wheel as they travel large stretches of road. Staying safe and operating a big rig responsibly are outcomes of proper training, experience and dedication to the job. According to the Commercial Vehicle Training Association, the American Trucker Association reported that 20,000 to 30,000 truck drivers are currently needed to support the industry and maintain demand.

Think before you drink and drive during the holiday season

As you get ready to spend time with your friends and loved ones this holiday season, take some time to review your travel plans. You are not the only who is going to be traveling the roads in Atlanta to visit others. Each year during Thanksgiving and the winter holiday season, millions of people travel the roads to see their friends and relatives in other states. Last year, the number of people to hit the roads during Thanksgiving was 48.7 million, states AAA Newsroom. No matter your destination, keep in mind the roads are going to be a lot busier than usual. 

Car crash leaves one teen critical, kills 3 others

Many parents and teens in Atlanta are not aware of how dangerous the roads are for novice drivers. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of teens who were injured in car accidents and treated in emergency rooms across the country in 2014 was 221,313. Motor vehicle collisions are the biggest cause of death for this age group. 

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