Having “just one more” drink, vape or edible can lead to more than you think. More drunk and impaired driving. More accidents. More deaths. And more lives changed forever. So get the info, facts and support you need to say “no more” to one more.


Make sure you know all the facts about the impact alcohol and cannabis products can have on your ability to drive. You might be surprised at how common impaired driving is—and how often it leads to tragic results.

*Source: CTDOT

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Connecticut’s legal BAC (blood alcohol content) is .08, or .02 if you’re under 21. You can learn more about BAC, or estimate your BAC to get an idea of when to say “not one more.”
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Motorcycles are involved in more alcohol-related fatal crashes than other vehicles.
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15–20 year-olds are at the greatest risk of driving under the influence.
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13% of weekend and night drivers have marijuana in their system.
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On average, a drunk driver will drive 80 times under the influence before their first arrest.
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Someone is injured in a drunk driving incident every two minutes.
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Female impaired driving has more than doubled in the last three decades.
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Wrong-way fatal crashes have been on the rise in Connecticut, and are often caused by alcohol and drugs.


Looking for ways to avoid driving impaired, or assistance with alcohol or drug behaviors? Here are some helpful links and other resources.

One alcohol-impaired driving fatality occurred every 39 minutes in 2021, on average.