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In the United States, approximately 17 million adults ages 18 and older, and an estimated 855,000 adolescents ages 12–17 had an alcohol use disorder (AUD) in 2012. Based on these numbers, it is clear that alcoholism and alcohol abuse are serious problems that affect many people.* Additionally, nearly 88,000 people die from alcohol related causes annually, making it the third leading preventable cause of death in the United States.*
In cases where drunk driving does not cause death, a drunk driving offense can still have detrimental affects on the life you live. If you are arrested for drunk driving you will face costs around $10,000 for the first offense and three to four times that for a multiple drunk driving offense. Driving under the influence can cost you your job, cause you to lose the respect of your peers and so much more.
But there is hope in the fight against drunk driving, Intoxalock provides alcohol monitoring and prevention solutions to help people live and drive responsibly.
In addition, Intoxalock is taking extra steps to protect young drivers. For a limited time, Intoxalock is offering voluntary ignition interlock devices for drivers 23 and under for only $29.95 a month, or less than $1 a day! Call us today to lock in this special pricing and guarantee sober driving for your high school or college-aged children.
Protect yourself and your family
With alcohol abuse touching the lives of one in 13 adults, installing an ignition interlock can prevent you and and protect those that mean the most to you. Intoxalock ignition interlocks are an effective part of an alcohol treatment program. Learn how to protect yourself and your family today.
Eliminating teen and college drunk driving
Alcohol monitoring devices can also be used to protect our children, prevent a DUI or worse. Even “good kids” succumb to peer pressure, but you can protect them even when you’re not there and learn about the Zero Tolerance policy. Learn how to protect your teens and college-aged children before it is too late.
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*SAMHSA. 2012 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2012