Auburn, AL (PRWEB) February 14, 2013
DMV.us.org is launching a major initiative to help reduce incidents of drunk driving nationwide, company officials said yesterday.
“Drunk driving is a real threat to our society as a whole,” said company spokesman Josh Fraser. “As we look at our public records it has become clear to us that it is not a problem that will just go away on its own. People need to be active in pushing to make it a thing of the past.”
The company is currently talking with various non-profit organizations that work to educate people about the dangers of drunk driving, Fraser said.
“We want to find out the best ways we can help,” Fraser said. “Whether that is through financial donations, launching our own education program, or a combination of both types of initiatives is something we want to learn about. We are talking to the experts to figure out what we need to do.”
Fraser said the company believes that it is possible to greatly reduce the amount of drunk driving through educational efforts.
“Twenty years ago, people would have told you that it was nearly impossible to make smoking not cool and get people to give up their cigarettes,” Fraser said. “But look how effective educational campaigns have been in those areas. We think that if we approach drunk driving from the same educational perspective, we can achieve similar results.”
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