Kickoff on America’s favorite past time is just about ready to start. For many sports fans, when it’s time for Super Bowl LII, everyone’s a fan ready to enjoy the big game…and Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk.

Drivers are considered alcohol-impaired with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 or higher. Drunk driving can be deadly, and even small amounts of alcohol can impair judgement to make driving unsafe. In 2016, there were 10,497 fatalities in motor vehicle traffic crashes involving drunk drivers. Among the 10,497 alcohol-impaired-driving fatalities, 67 percent (7,052) were in crashes in which at least one driver had a BAC of .15, almost twice the legal limit.

Be sure to have a game plan for Sunday night so friends and family know who your designated driver is.

We encourage you to turn over your keys to a sober driver before you start drinking. Drunk driving can result in serious crashes, injuries or death. If you don’t have an MVP to make sure folks get home safely, consider other ride options.

There are many other ways to ensure a safe ride home besides relying on a friend. The options include using calling a taxi, or using a rideshare program such as Uber and Lyft.

This Super Bowl weekend, be a team player and help keep impaired drivers from getting behind the wheel. Don’t fumble! Designate your sober driver before the big game begins. And remember: Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk.