Football fans advised to not let their fellow fans drive while impaired.
Even though the Green Bay Packers didn’t quite make it to the Super Bowl, football fans all over
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, young males between the ages of 21 to 34 are the most likely to drive while impaired and they also are the core audience for major sporting events, like the Super Bowl.
Like all other states,
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For a safe and fun Super Bowl Party, the State Patrol offers the following life-saving advice:
§ If you’re hosting a Super Bowl party, serve lots of food and have non-alcoholic beverages available.
§ Don’t serve any amount of alcohol to anyone under the age of 21.
§ Take care of your guests and don’t let them drive if they’re impaired.
§ Pace your consumption of alcohol and don’t drink on an empty stomach.
§ Above all, plan ahead and designate a sober driver.
“Just like a coach who picks the team’s starting players before the game, you should pick your designated driver before the party begins,” Hughes says. “If you don’t have a designated driver, call a cab or stay where you are. Whatever you do, don’t drive if you’re not sober.”