Uber | MADD
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Uber | MADD
Get home safe

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We’re partnering with Mothers Against Drunk Driving to reduce drunk driving, and encourage people to call a designated driver instead of getting behind the wheel.

Leave the keys at home

Every day in the United States 29 people are killed in drunk driving crashes. That’s one person every 50 minutes.

It’s estimated that two-thirds of Americans will be impacted by drunk driving during their lifetimes. And unsurprisingly, many fatal crashes occur on nights and weekends when people are out celebrating. Drunk driving affects everyone who shares the road—but it doesn’t have to.

Services like Uber—where passengers push a button and get a ride in minutes—are helping to curb drunk driving. We’re working with MADD to help end drunk driving and make our roads safer by urging everyone to make Uber their designated driver.

The results of a recent survey conducted by the independent Benenson Group revealed that the availability of on-demand transportation options led people to make better, safer choices.


A designated driver
is always available

Drivers are on the road every day, in every state, helping people get home safely.

Pledging to protect loved ones

Dallas Uber driver, Gerald Ogden, learned firsthand how one drunk driver can affect a lot of lives.