Just don't drink and drive especially now since Labor Day is coming up and that means that law enforcement is out to make sure the roads are safe. "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" is a state wide program by law enforcement to make sure that there are less alcohol related crashes and deaths, as the Labor Day holiday is one of the most traveled weekends. According to WLNS, there were 359 people dead in alcohol-related crashes in 2017, making it the deadliest year for alcohol crashes since 2006.

There will be more state police all over the state looking for impaired drivers so if you will be drinking this weekend or next make sure to get a ride home, Uber/Lyft home, or stay somewhere. The "Stay Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign runs through September 3rd or Labor Day.

More on it here.