4th of July
The 4th of July marks the birth our great nation – and a fun summer holiday to gather with friends and family for cookouts, camping, parades and fireworks. But it’s also a holiday known for the deadly results of drinking and driving. As you and your family head out, keep safety at the forefront.
Local Law Enforcement and the Highway Patrol are deploying additional patrols around the state focused on impaired driving enforcement during the Fourth of July for the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” DUI crackdown, June 29 through July 5, 2020.
The best way to ensure that everyone arrives at their destinations safely is to plan on a sober driver for every trip. The goal is to eliminate deaths and serious injuries on Montana roads – and we need everyone to do their part. Is it your turn to be the designated sober driver for this year’s festivities? You can help by calling 911 to report an impaired driver, and by making sure you and your family and friends have a sober ride and are buckled up. Learn more about impaired driving