Keep the holidays bright for North Dakota #Savethe20This season should be a time of light and laughter. But crash data from 2011-2014 indicates on average 20 people will die in motor vehicle crashes in North Dakota between November 21 and December 31. Deaths that could have been prevented will darken the holidays for families.
On average, 2 out of 3 of motor vehicle fatalities during this time of the year are unbelted and nearly one-third are alcohol and speed related.
To prevent this loss of life, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and its partners are asking you to do your part to help #Savethe20 – buckle up, drive sober, and slow down…and ask everyone you know to do the same. The lives saved could be yours or your friends or family.
Two people have already lost their lives in motor vehicle crashes since November 21. Let’s keep the remaining lights on by encouraging friends and family to visit the Code for the Road Facebook page and change their Facebook profile picture to the #Savethe20 graphic and share the posts below to show support to #Savethe20.
Keep the lights on for everyone What will you do to #Savethe20 people who might die in motor vehicle crashes in North Dakota during the last days of 2015? Please help by changing your Facebook profile picture to the #Savethe20 graphic and sharing this post.
Each light is a life Keep the holidays bright for North Dakota. Help save the lives usually lost to crashes during this season. Ask everyone you know to buckle up, drive sober, and slow down when you change out your Facebook profile picture to help #Savethe20.