Benefits of being a DD

Did you know?
1,270 people are killed or injured each year in collisions involving a drinking driver.

Plan ahead
Don't be a statistic. Instead of drinking and driving, be a designated driver (DD). If you look after your friends, they'll look after you.

  • Decide who will stay sober before and during an event
  • Consider the size of your group. Do you need more than one DD to drive everyone to and from home safely?
  • Ensure you have the right class of drivers licence to drive other occupants in your vehicle
  • Tell your friends how long you're willing to stay out
  • Bring your own non-alcoholic drinks