Drunk driving is one of the largest social problems related to alcohol use. Driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol is involved in 40–45% of all fatal traffic accidents. As a result, legislators, educators, and law enforcement officers are continually attempting to find ways to prevent driving under the influence of alcohol.
Action Plan to Address Drunk Driving
Select one of the following age groups: teens (13–17 years), college-age (18–25 years), adults (26–60 years), or seniors (61 years and up).
For your selected age group, develop a plan to reduce driving under the influence. The plan could include (but not be limited to) educational, legislative, and community support; and social advertising. Present at least three action points in your plan. Be sure to include:
- The format of the plan
- Who will deliver the information and how
- Specific tactics used to target the selected group
- Methods used to measure the success of the plan
Be sure to include an introduction and summary for your plan. Support your recommendations using authoritative sources.
Write a 2–3-page plan in Word format. Apply APA standards to citation of sources.