In the city or the country, the heartland or the coast – wherever you are in New Zealand, we need to change how we’re driving. When we get behind the wheel, the only safe limit for alcohol or drugs is ZERO.
The solution is as simple as not driving when you’ve had alcohol or drugs. And with so many transport options today – driving sober is an easy option!
Be a host with the most
Host responsibility is something we should all do when planning a party, a sporting game or event. Whether it is having people over for a party or celebration, watching a game or after work drinks in the office. And fortunately for a nation of foodies – preparing food is something we’re good at, so let’s relish the role and do it well!
If you’re having a party at your house or venue, you are responsible. If the guests are under 18, don’t give them with alcohol unless they are supervised by a parent – and you know they are not driving.
Even if it means dashing out in your slippers at 3am, picking up your young person is always best for their safety and your peace of mind.
Whether you’re going to a sports game or taking part, there are lots of ways to celebrate that don’t involve drinking. After the game, being a sober driver is the most important position on the team.
Drive Sober, and if we all play our part, we’ll all get home safe.
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