Special Super Bowl Impaired Driving Enforcement Campaign Happening in Iowa

The Governor’s Traffic Safety Bureau is teaming up with local law enforcement agencies for a statewide traffic enforcement effort to prevent impaired drivers on Iowa roadways around the Super Bowl.

The enforcement effort is called “Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk.” Those that plan to drink alcohol during the weekend of the big game should plan for a sober ride home. Those that are hosting a party are urged to take care of their guest and see to it they get home safely.

In 2021, nearly 14-thousand drivers were arrested for Operating While Intoxicated in Iowa. The average OWI fine costs five-thousand dollars. The Governor’s Traffic Safety Bureau works with city, county, state, and local organizations to develop and implement strategies to reduce deaths and injuries on Iowa’s roadways using federally funded grants.

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