This season specifically is one of the most dangerous times of the year for drivers. Thousands of New York drivers take to the roads this holiday season, including intoxicated drivers.
Law enforcement is prepared and will be conducting DUI and safety checkpoints throughout the month of December through the New Year.
The goal is to ensure that families that are traveling, wherever they maybe going or coming from, are safe.
Car accidents in New York are predicted to be high this Christmas and New Year’s holiday. Intoxicated drivers largely the reason for vehicle accidents through New Year’s.
The slogan of the Erie County, NY Sheriff’s Office and others is: “Don’t drive if you’re tipsy, buzzed or blitzen.”
New York Car Accidents Lawyers at Accident Rear Ended in NY., deal with car accident injuries daily.
In 2010, 420 people died in the month of December from traffic related accidents.
The new year specifically, January 1st is known as the fifth deadliest day on New York roads.
So here’s another warning New York, don’t drink and drive, and if you see someone who has been drinking and driving, be responsible take their keys away from them.
Let make a united effort to have a happy holiday that includes waking up alive the next morning.