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Drinking an Driving

BINGE DRINKING, 48 HOURS
The younger underage drinking begins the more danger to the person. Young people test their limits. Binge drinking is the number one health threat to college students. Media/advertising images dissected. Drinking, Driving and killing. This video is a TV segment that includes commercials. (1999, 60 minutes)
Selected Audience:   Teens/Adults

AVOIDING COLLISIONS: HOW TO SURVIVE THE TEENAGE DRIVING YEAR
This educational video challenges teen drivers to re-evaluate their driving habits by examining four areas of concern - speeding, night driving, safety belt use and drinking and driving. (1994, 16 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teen drivers

BRANDON TELLS HIS STORY
Brandon Silveria tells his story of the terrible price he has paid for a stupid choice he made when he was seventeen. Brandon had a few drinks at party, managed to drive his friends home, then wrapped his car around a tree. He spent two and a half months in a coma, and several more years in rehabilitation. His speech is slurred, his walk is unsteady, his memory is permanently impaired. Most of all, you'll see how many lives can be changed forever by one irresponsible decision. (2004, 28 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teens

CAN I BORROW THE CAR?
This videotape focuses on ways to reduce the crashes of beginning drivers, since the rate is higher than that of older drivers. With the help of parents, restrictions and supervision, lives can be saved while teens learn to drive and become more mature. Teens provide reasons that they want to drive. Parents of teens who have died in crashes tell how the tragedies happened and how their families have been affected. (2002, 16 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Parents

CHOOSE TO HAVE A DRINK? CHOOSE TO GET A RIDE!
Tim Allen talks about his mistakes and helps answer questions about the facts and fictions of alcohol. Some of the topics covered are blood alcohol concentration, tolerance, employee assistance programs, MADD, drinking and medication. (1997, 15 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Adults

DECISIONS: DRINKING AND DRIVING
This video shows the consequences of the decision to drink and drive. It follows the experience of one driver who was arrested for drunk driving. Particular attention is paid to the criminal and administrative processes that occur under Michigan's drunk driving laws. (1992, 23 Min.)
Selected Audience:   High school

DRINKING, DRIVING AND DRUGS: A DEADLY MIX
This DVD will make viewers think twice before getting behind the wheel while under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. Through first-person stories of lives destroyed by drinking and driving, viewers are made aware that driving under the influence can cause irreparable tragedy. The program includes hard facts and interviews with police, doctors, and prevention activists about the dire consequences of drinking and driving. Young people tell viewers why they have decided that drinking is not for them, ways to say no to alcohol and what to do if someone is about to drive under the influence. (2004, 20 Min.) DVD
Selected Audience:   Middle School Students

DRUNK and DEADLY
This video personalizes drunk driving statistics. The presence of a clock on the screen emphasizes how many people are killed in a 24 hour period in the USA. It shows the devastating effects on the victims' families and survivors. (1987, 30 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Junior High/Adults

DRUNK DRIVING: THINK BEFORE YOU DRINK
This video explains how alcohol enters the bloodstream. That as a depressant it will affect your reaction time, vision, judgment and inhibitions. It also explains the amount of alcohol it takes to impair a person and how long it will take to leave the body. (1998, 12 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Junior High/Adult

FAST FORWARD: AN ALCOHOLIC'S STORY
A teenager who has a drinking problem meets a mysterious man that shows him what life will be like if he continues to drink. (1995, 29 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teens/COAs/ Substance abusers

GRIM REAPER
A short documentary of a high school girl, Mindy Beals, who reads a dramatic scene to her school about death and dying from a drunk driver. A few weeks later she is hit and killed by a drunk driver. (1988, 13 Min.)
Selected Audience:   SADD/Junior and senior high students/Prevention specialist/Community groups

HAZARDS OF DRUGGED DRIVING
This videotape provides students with the information that they need to avoid drug use, protect themselves from others who use drugs, and respond appropriately when confronted with a situation which involves drugs or drugged drivers. (1987, 29 Min.)
Selected Audience:   High school students

LOADED WEAPON
Eighteen-year old high school senior Brian Wilder drinks too much after his friends bully him into joining several rounds of a drinking game. The same night, another high school senior, Alexandra Vincent, is studying at a friend's house. Alex calls to say that her car has broken down on the freeway. At that moment, Brian Wilder is weaving his way home along the same freeway and crashes into the car. The impact of the crash kills Alex. (1992, 22 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Junior high/Adult

ONE TOO MANY
A moving and tragic drama of teenaged drinking and driving. The story centers around four high school students, friends who begin dating. With increasing frequency, one of them spoils the evening for the others with his insistence on drinking and driving --until one night it ends in death. (1985, 20 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Senior high

SENTENCED FOR LIFE
Through candid interviews with young survivors of alcohol-related accidents, this video provides a frank, firsthand look at the devastating effects of drunk driving. (1987, 40 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teenaged drivers