Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Liberty Mutual/SADD Study Reveals More Teens Drink and Drive on New Year's Eve Than on any Other Holiday

Market Watch (Boston, MA) December 27, 2011

"While New Year's Eve may conjure images of a celebratory toast, it's also traditionally one of the worst days of the year for alcohol related car crashes and deaths for young drivers. And new data from a 2011 teen driving study by Liberty Mutual Insurance and SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) reveals an interesting yet cautionary anomaly: teens believe New Year's Eve is the most dangerous time of year to drive, yet it also is the holiday or event when teens most frequently drive under the influence of alcohol or other drugs.
According to the survey of nearly 2,300 eleventh and twelfth graders, when teen drivers were asked about how dangerous they feel certain events are for driving and the likelihood of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs on one of these events, New Year's Eve topped both lists." Read More


  1. I had seen many times that youngsters are drinking and driving in a holiday as specially New Year Eve but they don't know that what happening next because they making a big trouble in there lives.
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  2. Nice topic on drunk driving. It is dangerous for drive drunk for people around us, thanks
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