• Drunk Driving Prevention Program Drunk Driving Prevention Program


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Mission Statement

We are committed to providing a free designated driver service that will also drive our participates vehicles home.

We are committed to lowering the number of DUI related incidents throughout the United States

We are committed to getting people home quickly.

We are committed to the safety of our volunteers and our participants.

We are committed to providing an hassle free experience to our participants so they feel comfortable calling our program instead of drinking and driving.

We are committed to spreading program awareness.

We are committed to expanding our program so that people all across the United States will have access to the DDPP's designated driver service.


The DDPP will drive anyone over the age of 21 home for free! If a participant wants their car driven home the DDPP will also drive their car home for free. Participants must be at least 21 years old. The DDPP operates every Friday and Saturday nights from 7:30 pm until 3:30am. Participants must sign up and agree to the DDPP liability wavier while sober in order to request a ride home from the DDPP. Participants can only be picked up by the DDPP one time. If a participant wants to be able to use the DDPP's designated driver service more than once they must first volunteer to be a designated driver for at least one night. The DDPP provides rides to anyone and is NOT limited to providing rides for Military personell and their families.


Average Review 1 reviews

Would you recommend Drunk Driving Prevention Program?

by Kahealani W. from HI (2015-03-20 14:00:52.0)
This is a great organization. They are structured and organized, but they don't require you to sit in a room until someone calls for a designated driver, you can wait for a call from your own home.