RoadTrafficSigns.com Launches Series of New No Drinking and Driving Signs

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With Memorial Day festivities right around the corner, RoadTrafficSigns is releasing a new series of signage to prevent drunk driving and keep roads hazard-free.

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Do Not Drink and Drive

“Drunk driving is more than capable of being eradicated,” said Rivka Fogel, manager at RoadTrafficSigns.com. “With these signs, we hope to keep drivers as safe as possible. Motorists deserve bright and visible reminders of the dangers of drunk driving.”

RoadTrafficSigns.com, the premier online provider for traffic signage, has released a new series of No Drinking and Driving signs in a new campaign, “Don’t Drink and Drive.” With the ever-rising amount of alcohol-related accidents on the road, this new campaign hopes to significantly reduce drunken driving fatalities throughout the nation.

Driving drunk is one of the most prevalent and dangerous hazards in the United States. National organization Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)'s website reports that one in three people will be involved in an alcohol-related crash in the course of a lifetime, with alcohol-induced accidents claiming 10,839 lives each year – or one every 50 minutes. Furthermore, the average arrested drunk driver has driven while intoxicated 80 times on average before being convicted. The roads need to be protected from drivers under the influence, and RoadTrafficSign.com’s new series of signs hopes to give drivers a strict reminder that drinking and driving is dangerous and unacceptable.

RoadTrafficSign’s No Drinking and Driving signs use universal graphics and direct language to quickly communicate the importance of sobriety on the road. The durable aluminum signs range from simple black text on white backing reading “Don’t Drink and Drive” to customizable signs cautioning motorists to “Drive Safely Sign” in memory of a victim of drunk driving. Each sign uses bright and long-lasting 3M coating and is printed on reflective aluminum, making it maximally visible both day and night. RoadTrafficSigns also offers mini labels warning against drunk driving that can be placed virtually anywhere: car bumpers, restrooms, college campuses, etc. – repeating the message helps keep roads safer and drunk drivers away from the wheel.

“Drunk driving is more than capable of being eradicated,” said Rivka Fogel, manager at RoadTrafficSigns.com. “With these signs, we hope to keep drivers as safe as possible. Motorists deserve bright and visible reminders of the dangers of drunk driving.” The company’s new initiative gives motorists a firm reminder that driving drunk is an immense hazard, and the signs hope to significantly reduce the number of drunk drivers on the roads.

For more information on RoadTrafficSigns’ new “Do Not Drink and Drive” signs, visit http://www.roadtrafficsigns.com/do-not-drink-and-drive-signs.aspx.

About RoadTrafficSigns.com
RoadTrafficSigns is the leading online distributor of MUTCD traffic signs. The signs are made with long-lasting 3M ink and offered in multiple reflective grades. Customers can create signs using convenient customization wizards.

About SmartSign
SmartSign is one of America's fastest growing e-commerce companies and parent of RoadTrafficSigns.com, MyParkingSign.com, as well as more than 50 other sites. The company manufactures and distributes a wide range of signs, tags, mats, and labels. In the past, many consumers have found it hard to find, hard to design and hard to order signs with the right message. By positioning “signs as solutions,” SmartSign has taken an entirely different approach. Through highly targeted, content-rich, and authoritative retail sites, the company provides specific solutions to specific problems, such as customizing an asset tag. SmartSign is widely recognized for its quality construction; its signs come with a 3M® warranty and outlast fast-fading, ink-jet signs. Other SmartSign advantages include fast and free shipping, the Web’s largest range of designs, and a best-price guarantee.

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