MADD offer tips on celebrating New Year’s Eve safely and responsibly

MADD offer tips on celebrating New Year’s Eve safely and responsibly 
New Year’s Eve has arrived and you are probably thinking about where you will ring in the new year. 
No matter where you will be welcoming in 2022, MADD wants you to do it safely and responsibly. 
According the MADD New England executive director Bob Garguilo, around 10,000 people a year are killed in a crash involving a drunk driver.  
“It happens every day,” says Garguilo. “It's one too many each and every day." 
Garguilo says the best way to be safe is plan before you walk out the door; never get behind the wheel after a night of drinking; designate a sober driver, take public transportation or use a ride-sharing app like Uber or Lyft. 
Garguilo says he has lost friends and co-workers as a result of drunk driving. 
Keep these tips in mind year-round. Garguilo says you never want a knock on the door with someone saying your loved one is no longer around. 
“Mom and dad don't need to get the knock on their door that their son or daughter or loved one is not coming home t