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Impaired Driving

Montana has one of the highest fatality rates in the nation for number of deaths caused by impaired drivers per vehicle mile traveled.

Montana is identified as a high-range impaired driving fatality state
Source: NTSB Safety Report - May 2013

Our Goals

  • Reduce Alcohol-Impaired Fatalities
    Reduce the five-year average number of fatalities in crashes involving an alcohol-impaired driver or motorcycle operator (BAC 0.08+) from 90 in 2010 to 70 by 2015.
  • Reduce Alcohol-Related Severe Injuries
    Reduce the five-year average number of fatalities and incapacitating injuries in crashes involving a driver or motorcycle operator with a BAC 0.01+ or evidence of alcohol and/or drugs being involved from 484 in 2010 to 375 by 2015.

The Law

Programs

Reports

Data

Publications

  • Cost of DUI
  • Driver licensing - DUI, CDL, and driver retirement
  • Parents, You're Not Done Yet - Drinking and College
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Training

Resources

Contact


Traffic Safety Planner
Highway Traffic Safety Section
406-444-7411