Here are the safest—and most deadly—days for drunk-driving fatalities
- Geoff Williams
MoneyGeek analyzed historical data from the U.S. Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to forecast 2023's most dangerous days, weeks and holidays for driving under the influence (DUI) in the United States.
Here are the safest—and most deadly—days for drunk-driving fatalitiesUpdated
DUI fatalities by seasonUpdated
Most dangerous holidays for DUIUpdated
Most dangerous days of the week for DUIUpdated
Most dangerous weeks of the yearUpdated
Ways to stay safe on the road during the holidaysUpdated
Consequences of getting a DUIUpdated
DUIs leave a lasting financial impactUpdated
An end to drunk drivingUpdated
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