• 33 % of drunk drivers are repeat offenders.
  • Nearly 30 People Die Daily from Drunk Driving! That is 1 person every 53 minutes.
  •  Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death in 15-20 year olds – Approximately 25% involve an underage drinking driver.
  • Youth who start drinking young are 7 times more likely to be involved in an alcohol related crash!
  • Teen alcohol use kills about 4700 people each year!
  • The penalties for drunk driving are much HARSHER for teens. More JAIL TIME, HIGHER FINES, LONGER LICENSE SUSPENSION.
  • You’re legally intoxicated with a BAC of >  .08, however Arizona is a Zero Tolerance state, meaning you can get a DUI at any level.
  • Do you know that it can take up to 6 hours for your BAC to drop from  > .08 to .00?
  • If you are under 21, your BAC should be ZERO! Driving is a PRIVILEGE, not a RIGHT.
  • A drunk driver will drive under the influence approximately 80 times before their first arrest.
  • With a BAC of .02 you start to experience a loss of judgment, relaxation, altered mood which results in a decline in visual functions and the ability to perform two tasks at the same time.
  • With a BAC of .08 muscle coordination is poor, harder to detect danger &  judgment, self-control, reasoning, memory is impaired, resulting in reduced concentration and loss of speed control.


  • THC (active ingredient in marijuana that causes addiction) is nearly 10 times stronger than it was 20 years ago.
  • By 8th grade, 28% of adolescents have consumed alcohol; 15% have smoked cigarettes; and 16.5% have already used marijuana.
  • 60% of illicit drug users are 15-24 years old.
  • Approximately 2.5 million children ages 12-17 use inhalants yearly. The average age that some kids start using inhalants is 10 years old. Shockingly, 10% of 8th graders have abused inhalants at least once in the past year.
  • 22% of inhalant abusers who died of Sudden Sniffing Death Syndrome were first-time users!
  • Whippets can cause hearing loss, liver & kidney damage, limb spasms, and even BRAIN DAMAGE!
  • Teens who consistently learn about the risks of drugs from their parents are up to 50% less likely to use drugs than those who don’t.