It’s football season which means touchdowns, tailgates and time on the road getting to your favorite game. The South Dakota Office of Highway Safety has advice on how to stay safe when you’re supporting the home team.
South Dakota is one of the states where sobriety checkpoints are allowed, which means you could be stopped at anytime, anywhere and asked to undergo a sobriety check behind the wheel. Thanks to the dedicated efforts of those with the South Dakota Department of Public Safety, the rates of drunk driving and alcohol-involved fatal crashes in South Dakota have gone down in recent years.
South Dakota Office of Highway Safety