SOLDIERS AGAINST IMPAIRED DRIVING
Our mission is to provide assistance for victims of impaired driving, bring awareness to this problem and the dangers of driving impaired through education and visualization as well as eliminate impaired driving accidents and fatalities. It’s not always easy to tell when you are too impaired or intoxicated to drive safely. Research shows that impairment begins much sooner than what’s considered legally intoxicated. When driving impaired, performing certain tasks, such as driving, can be difficult. According to the CDC, impaired driving kills about 30 people every day, which equals to about one death every 48 minutes. Often when there is an impaired driving accident, the victims are forgotten too soon and left with the burden that this dilemma may bring. SAID believe that it is everyone's responsibility to help stop impaired driving.