Drive with Pride wants to prevent Impaired Driving convictions through education. Through education and leading by example, we can help change young adults’ attitudes toward Drugged Driving and riding with a drug-impaired driver.
Safety is our primary message to these young adults.
Young adults whose parents talk to them about drugs are less like to use and then drive.
Young adults who spend substantial time with their parents are less likely to drive Drug Impaired with their children in the car.
If you use drugs, then drive and kill someone, you will be charged with Manslaughter or Vehicular Homicide
There is no way to determine whether a drug-user is fit to drive: If you have been using, DON’T DRIVE. The risk is never worth it!