We encourage new and young drivers to get involved with awareness partners to learn about alcohol prevention.
Alcohol is an addictive drug that depresses the brain (central nervous system). Blood alcohol content (BAC) may be affected by gender, physical condition, weight, medication and other factors.
Absorbed into the blood stream very quickly, alcohol enters the brain where it immediately affects your brain functions and driving abilities. As a result, alcohol is 1 of the leading contributing factors in fatal crashes in Saskatchewan.
If you have been charged with drinking and driving, we want to show you how you can get back on the road again. The Ignition Interlock Program can help you return to safe and sober driving.
For additional information, check out our drinking and driving awareness campaigns.
While it's correct to associate a drunk driver with an impaired driver, it's important that we don't forget about 1 of the other types of impaired driver - the drug-impaired driver.
Drug-impaired driving is a serious issue. Drivers shouldn't make the mistake of believing that drugs do not impair a person's ability to drive. Be a safe and responsible driver and don't drive impaired either by alcohol or drugs.
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