The National Safety Council has joined forces with six other traffic safety health advocacy organizations in releasing a new video public service announcement to remind Americans that driving impaired -- in any form -- is dangerous and preventable.
"An impaired driver is a dangerous driver; we need to be focused on the 'four D's' -- drunk, drugged, distracted and drowsy," said Dr. Mark Rosekind, administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Jonathan Adkins, executive director of the Governors Highway Safety Association, added, "As the PSA says, 'in a perfect world, impaired driving wouldn't exist.' All impairments are dangerous and preventable. I'm proud to join forces with these partners to remind the public that they hold the keys when it comes to making positive choices behind the wheel."