Designated Driver Laws?

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Most states do not have specific designated driver laws, except that a designated driver cannot be underage. However, designated driving programs and associations exist by region to encourage designated drivers. A designated driver is someone who is chosen to stay sober and drive intoxicated people home after a night out. This can be a night at a bar or a night at a party. Since designated drivers became common, instance of accidents from drunk driving have decreased.
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