Youth Alcohol Enforcement Campaign

21 MEANS 21.

The legal drinking age is 21. Any person under 21 caught with even a trace of alcohol will have their license suspended.

Many substance-impaired drivers are under the age of 21. From 2016-2018, there were 33 fatal crashes and 123 serious injury crashes involving a substance-impaired driver <21. There were 46 people killed and 168 seriously injured in these crashes.

Stats & Facts
78 People
Were killed in 2018 traffic crashes that involved at least one substance-impaired driver.
142 People
Were seriously injured in 2018 traffic crashes that involved at least one substance-impaired driver.
6 Months
The amount of time you can spend in jail on your first conviction.
$1,000
Amount of money you could be fined on your second conviction.
Youth Alcohol Enforcement

Videos on YouTube

Face It. Impaired Driving Affects Lives.

2019 :30 (English) 

Face It. Impaired Driving Affects Lives.

2019 :30 (Spanish) 

Don't Let Anyone Drink and Drive

:15 (English) 

Don't Let Anyone Drink and Drive

:15 (English) 

 Don't Let Anyone Drink and Drive

:15 (ASL) 

Don't Let Anyone Drink and Drive

:15 (ASL)

 Don't Let Anyone Drink and Drive

:15 (Spanish)

 Don't Let Anyone Drink and Drive

:15 (Spanish)

You've Got Your Whole Life Ahead of You 

Talk About Wasted 

Talk About Wasted 

Who Will You Become? 

Be Anything You Want to Be 

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Youth Alcohol Enforcement Note

Any person guilty of a second or subsequent intoxication-related traffic offense will be required to install an ignition interlock device on their car before reinstating driving privileges.

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