Will this holiday season travel be exceptionally deadly?

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Every holiday season, hundreds of lives are lost in drunk driving accidents. During the Christmas period, an average of 45 fatalities involving an alcohol-impaired driver occur each day. That number soars to 54 per day over the New Year holiday. A new study shows that this holiday season may be exceptionally deadly. Lars spoke with Laura Adams—safety and education analyst at DriversEd.com about this. Listen below.



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