“We have made tremendous progress in New York thanks to the STOP-DWI program, and we look forward to building on that success and continuing to save lives,” said Terri Egan, DMV executive deputy commissioner and acting chair of the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee. “It is important this month, as so many families gather to celebrate the holidays, that we continue to spread the message that drunk driving is dangerous.”

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