Holiday Fun

More than 10,000 people lose their lives to drunk driving each year on U.S. roadways. The likelihood of being involved in an alcohol-related crash increases around holiday periods, when social binge drinking is more common. Below, we’ve compiled a list of holiday drunk driving statistics and studied data around which holiday periods are the most dangerous.

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Every drunk driving death is preventable, and sadly, fatalities during holiday periods have become eerily predictable. If you or a loved one has been harmed in a car crash involving alcohol, consider speaking to an attorney about your rights.

To better understand the trends around holiday drinking and driving, we took a look at FARS fatal crash data during popular holiday periods where at least one driver had BAC above .08. Here’s what we found:

* Montana is the deadliest state for holiday alcohol-related crashes per capita, followed by New Mexico and Wyoming.

* Memorial Day was the deadliest holiday period for alcohol-related crashes in 2019.

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Accident Statistics