Drinking and driving is 100% preventable and can have serious physical, emotional, and financial consequences that can last for years. A DWI can be expensive and cause legal hassles, difficulty finding or keeping a job, loss of trust from loved ones, and regret. The human toll of a DUI crash can devastate the lives of victims and survivors forever.
The "Drive Sober. No Regrets." campaign shares personal accounts from real offenders and survivors that challenge any notion the audience may have that they can avoid the consequences of drinking and driving. It emphasizes the importance of always finding a sober ride and the many options available.
We welcome you to join us at any of the upcoming outreach events this summer. Details below.
GALVESTON | 4pm - 10pm
Galveston Island Pleasure Pier
DFW | Noon - 9pm
Firewheel Town Center
245 Cedar Sage Drive
Garland, TX 75040
AUSTIN | 9pm - Midnight
Sixth Street Entertainment District
Intersection of 6th and Trinity
RIO GRANDE VALLEY
MCALLEN | 6pm - 10pm
“Concert in the Sky” Fireworks Show
Game starts at 7:05pm
Missions Game – Promo Night
For event information, visit the TxDOT Media Contacts page.
2021 Quick Facts
- In 2021, there were 25,199 DUI-alcohol related traffic crashes in Texas, resulting in 1,029 fatalities and 2,522 serious injuries.
- One person in Texas dies every eight hours and 31 minutes in a DUI-alcohol related traffic crash.
- In 2021, 4.6 percent of total traffic crashes in Texas were DUI-alcohol related.
- In 2021, 22.9% of total traffic fatalities in Texas were DUI-alcohol related.
The information contained in this report represents reportable data collected from the Texas Peace Officer's Crash Report (CR-3). This information was received and processed by the department as of March 1, 2022.
Digital Campaign Toolkit
The Digital Toolkit includes videos, graphics, social post copy, print collateral and more.
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Drive Sober. No Regrets. Logo Stacked (EPS, JPG, PNG)
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Drive Sober. No Regrets. Logo Horizontal (EPS, JPG, PNG)
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TXDOT Media Contacts
To reach TxDOT Media Relations and Public Information Officers visit the TxDOT Media Contacts page.