MADD Canada-Cobequid Chapter reminds Halloween revellers that a great costume may keep partiers guessing who you are, but it won't disguise your identity if you get caught driving while impaired.
As Canadians prepare to celebrate Halloween this weekend and next week, MADD
reminds people not to drink and drive.
Getting caught driving impaired could mean licence suspension, thousands
of dollars in fines and fees, and possible jail time. MADD Canada reports, in a news release, that every day, on average, four people are killed and 175 are injured in
This Halloween, don't drive impaired, don't ride with an impaired driver and call 911 if you see a driver you suspect is impaired.
- With information from MADD Canada-Cobequid Chapter
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