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Arrive Alive Drive Sober releases PSA

Toronto-based charitable organization Arrive Alive Drive Sober has released a new public service announcement called "Consequences." Produced in association with the York Regional Police, the 30-second video focuses on the penalties for impaired driving, including licence suspension, fines, fees, a criminal record, vehicle impoundment and possible loss of life.

"We are proud of our strong partnership with Arrive Alive and were pleased to participate in this video reminding motorists about the dire consequences of impaired driving," said York Regional Police Chief Eric Jolliffe. "We once again urge all drivers not to drink or use drugs if planning to get behind the wheel. We all have a responsibility in making our roads safer."

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