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DRINKING DRIVING DYING
Persons who drive under the influence of alcohol and other drugs are not being responsible This video shows how quickly and permanently lives are shattered. (1998, 30 mins) DVD Suggested Audience: 8th to 12th grades
Selected Audience: 8TH TO COLLEGE
DRINKING, DRIVING & DRUGS: A DEADLY MIX
This DVD will make viewers think twice before getting behind the wheel while under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. Through first-person stories of lives destroyed by drinking and driving, viewers are made aware that driving under the influence can cause irreparable tragedy. The program includes hard facts and interviews with police, doctors, and prevention activists about the dire consequences of drinking and driving. Young people tell viewers why they have decided that drinking is not for them, ways to say no to alcohol and what to do if someone is about to drive under the influence. (2004, 20 min.) DVD
Selected Audience: Middle School Students
DRUGGED DRIVING THE ROAD TO DISASTER
Intoxicated teen drivers are responsible for 18% of motor vehicle deaths each year. Alcohol abuse is a major factor, but teen drivers' abuse of over-the-counter drugs, prescription drugs and marijuana is rising at an alarming rate. (2009, 25 mins) DVD Suggested Audience: 9th grade through College
Selected Audience: 9TH TO COLLEGE