Drive Sober Florida is designed to provide Floridians and visitors to the state with educational information around reducing fatalities and serious injuries caused by impaired driving. Drive Sober Florida uses a data-driven research approach to develop resources, educational materials and provide fatal and serious injury data related to impaired driving relevant to all Florida roadway users.

Drive Sober Florida assists the Florida Department of Transportation’s (FDOT) Impaired Driving Program with implementing the Impaired Driving Strategic Plan goals and strategies. The Program is funded primarily by Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act (Pub. L. No. 114-94) funds that support highway safety programs. Drive Sober Florida is led by FDOT, with administrative assistance from the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) at the University of South Florida.

Drive Sober Florida is a resource for roadway users on impaired driving information and education, safety strategies, impaired driving data, and more. It also provides help and support to local communities and stakeholders with access to public service announcements (PSAs), impaired driving-related statistics, driver, passenger and other roadway user educational information, and links to other impaired driving safety-related websites.


Florida Impaired Driving Coalition

Florida Strategic Highway Safety Plan