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In an effort to raise awareness about safe driving, the Georgia DOT launched DriveAlert ArriveAlive (DAAA). The campaign is aimed to decrease fatalities on Georgia roadways by educating drivers on safe driving behavior. 
 
Talking on the phone, texting, eating, putting on makeup, adjusting the radio, using the GPS, daydreaming ... Do any of these sound like you?  The DAAA campaign wants you to become aware of your dangerous driving habits in an effort to protect yourself, other drivers, pedestrians, and bicyclists. 
 
On average, there are over 100 traffic deaths per month in Georgia. 74% of fatalities on the road result from the driver’s behavior. It is time we all do our part to help decrease that percentage in the future. Driving responsibly is as easy as 1, 2, 3! The DAAA encourages Georgians to buckle up, don’t text and drive, and always drive alert. 

























Event Spotlight

Vagina MonologuesThe Responsible Sexuality Committee presents The Vagina Monologues February 11-13 at 7 p.m. in Kathy Cashen Hall. Tickets can be purchased from cast members and in the Foreign Languages and Literatures Office (Cobb 107).

The ticket sales ($5 for all UWG folks in advance, $7 for community members and for everyone the day of the show) will benefit our local Prevention, Advocacy, and Resource Center (formerly the West Georgia Rape Crisis Center).

Please contact Betsy Dahms at edahms@westga.edu for more information.


 

 

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