2016 News Releases

December

Drivers reminded to slow down and drive sober during the Christmas holidays

State Officials Joining TEAM Georgia Sober Driving Campaign

November

State Launching Two-Week Seatbelt Campaign Leading Up To Thanksgiving

Drives urged to slow down and use headlights when driving through smoke

October

Parents reminded to make sure to buckle up their kids when driving during Halloween

Agriculture and Highway Safety Officials Urge Caution During Harvest Season

Agriculture and Highway Safety Officials Remind Motorists To Watch For Farm Vehicles During Harvest Season

National Teen Driver Safety Week Kicks Off in Georgia

Governor's Challenge Awards Recognize Statewide Law Enforcement

September

Georgia State Patrol increasing impaired driving enforcement efforts during UGA/UT football weekend 

Georgia Launches Child Passenger Safety Week 

August

Georgia Law Enforcement Launch DUI Campaign Leading Up to Labor Day 
‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ shows zero tolerance for impaired driving

First Lady Sandra Deal Joins Statewide Campaign For School Bus Safety
Visits scheduled at elementary schools in Houston and Bulloch counties

July

School's Open Drive Carefully
One-third of pedestrian fatalities occur during after-school hours

Media Availability with N.H.T.S.A. Administrator Dr. Mark Rosekind

June

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over This July 4th Holiday Weekend

May

State Urging Safety on Land and Water for Memorial Day Weekend Partygoers
“Get Together For Summer” campaign  for buckling up seatbelts and life vests

Statewide Seatbelt Enforcement Campaign To Run Through Memorial Day
Click It or Ticket Program Set For High-Travel Holiday

April

 Ford Driving Skills For Life Hits Atlanta For 2016 Tour
Teen Driving Program to Host Demonstrations at Stone Mountain Park

March

State Gearing Up For Widespread DUI Enforcement on St. Patrick’s Day 
Don’t Depend on the Luck of the Irish to Keep You Out of Jail

February 

Head of National Highway Traffic Safety Administration To Address Georgia Officials

No Option Plays When It Comes To Super Bowl Drinking and Driving

January 

State Official Encourages Driver Preparation Ahead of Winter Weather