Traffic Safety Facts: Alcohol
The Federal Department of Transportation does extensive yearly research on traffic safety topics, including impaired driving. This is the most recent fact sheet they've published with the results. For more detailed information about alcohol fatalities in 2005, including state information, this page is a good starting point.
Stop Impaired Driving
A public-relations campaign of the NHTSA, Stop Impaired Driving offers statistics, materials for the press and educational literature about the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Pennsylvania Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement
This is the state agency that enforces liquor control laws, as well as gambling laws. It keeps useful statistics on compliance; serving a minor and serving a visibly intoxicated person are both in their top 10 most common violations.
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board -- Alcohol And the Law
The board maintains a long list of alcohol-related laws and penalties in Pennsylvania, including public drunkenness and operating watercraft while drunk, as well as DUI laws.
Pennsylvania DUI Law
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation maintains this page with basic information about the state's new (as of 2003) tiered DUI system and the strict criminal penalties that could result from even your first DUI.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving of Pennsylvania
Our state's chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving, an organization of drunk driving victims and their families. They advocate for stricter and safer laws relating to alcohol and driving.
A Web site maintained by drunken driving victims and their families. Especially useful is their list of information for victims -- your rights, the legal process and bereavement support.
Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous
Support groups made of recovering drinkers and addicts who help each other on the path to sobriety.
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