“Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” holiday impaired driving enforcement is underway in Georgia

ednesday Georgia law enforcement officers offered their one and only warning for drivers to not get behind the wheel if they have been drinking.

The warning of ‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ was issued at a news conference in Stone Mountain Wednesday morning. Officials said state troopers, sheriff’s deputies, and police officers will be working during the holidays to take all drunk and drugged drivers off the road and to jail.

Law enforcement officials remind everyone the best way to avoid being arrested for DUI is to pass the keys to a sober driver.