Texas has seen an increase in its DWI-related fatalities in 2013, showing lawmakers and law enforcement officers that much more can be done to change the way people choose to drive after drinking alcohol. According to valleycentral.com, a statewide campaign that proclaims “DWI Hangovers Don’t Go Away,” will be in full force, with the emphasis on underage drinkers and spring break partiers. This campaign promotes the awareness that the only sober driver is the person who has not had a drink, and is not the person who has consumed the least amount of alcohol. Patrols will be focused on drunk drivers and those committing other traffic offenses. Read more here: TxDOT: DWI hangovers don’t go away
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