Give your car the night off

Christmas parties and end of year celebrations make it the most high-risk times on our roads.

1 in 5 deaths caused by alcohol

In NSW drink driving is a factor in around one in every five fatal crashes. The message is plain and simple, having any amount of alcohol when driving increases the risk of being involved in a crash. You don’t have to be drunk to have been affected by alcohol, which is why if you are planning on driving, the best advice is to not drink at all.

Leave the car at home

Consider other ways to get to a party:

  • carpool with Co-Hop
  • take the bus or train
  • use Uber or GoCatch
  • or walk in a group if it's close by.

Help your friends and family

If you are hosting a party this Christmas and new year here are some things you can do to look after your guests so they get home safely:

  • Make sure you provide plenty of food, soft drinks and water
  • Offer to let your guests stay over and
  • Don’t let guests drive home if they have been drinking.

 

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