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"Infuriatingly humble social media nerd. Beer lover. Passionate alcohol fan. Analyst. Tv evangelist."
Steven Walker is a creative writer and content strategist who helps people succeed at self-education, writing, motivation and more by sharing with them his knowledge. Writes blog posts for McEssay.
Practiced in the art of analyzing licorice in Miami, FL. Enthusiastic about training rocking horses in Mexico. Won several awards for getting to know trumpets in Ocean City, NJ. Enthusiastic about short selling puppets in Libya. Spent the 80's selling dust in Phoenix, AZ. In 2008 I was researching human growth hormone in Mexico.
Perhaps the single most important tool in the fight against drunk driving is that of cultural change. It’s up to individuals to make better choices, and that takes a collective effort to change attitudes and raise awareness. For example, we urge hosts of parties to make a habit of collecting keys, offering alcohol-free beverages and cutting off the bar well before a party ends. The designation of a sober driver before the night begins should become a norm in all social circles, especially in places like rural communities where taxi cabs, public transportation or rideshare services can’t be utilized. If your social circle doesn’t have a person who stresses the need for a safe ride before the night begins, then take it upon yourself to be that person. We all need to set an example and remember that better choices can prevent the occurrence of drunk driving injuries and fatalities.
In Texas, we have not seen a day without a road fatality since the year 2000. In fact, the Texas Department of Transportation has promoted a social media campaign called #EndTheStreakTX to raise road safety awareness. There’s no doubt that drunk driving is a significant contributor to this unsettling streak of fatalities, and Texans are hoping that awareness of the problem might prompt the reduction of DUI’s.