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References

1. Associated Press, "Designated Driver Campaign Working," Houston Chronicle, 11-30-97, p. A14.

2. Gallup polls reported in National Commission Against Drunk Driving. A Guide to CommunityBased Designated Driver Programs (www.ncadd.com/designated/designated1.html/    [6-23-00]).

3. Designated Driver Campaign Working, Says Inventor (www.ndsn.org/JAN98/ALCOHOL1.html/    [6-23-00]).

4. U.S. Department of Transportation. A Guide to Developing a Community-Based Designated Driver Program (www.ncadd.com/designated/designated2.html/    [6-23-00])

5. Project CHEERS to the Designated Driver (http://web.missouri.edu/~adaptwww/CHEERS1.html/    [6-23-00]).

6. National Commission Against Drunk Driving. A Guide to Community-Based Designated Driver Programs (www.ncadd.com/designated/designated1.html).

7. Alberta Transportation & Utilities. Designated Driver A Smart Choice. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: 1996 (www.ama.ab.ca/trafsafe/thkf_des.htm/    [6-23-00]).

8. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Get the Keys: How You Can Intervene. (www.nhtsa.dot.gov/people/injury/alcohol/innocent/index.html/    [6-23-00])

Readings (Listing does not imply endorsement)

National Commission Against Drunk Driving and Harvard Alcohol Project, Center for Health Communication of Harvard School of Public Health. A Guide to Community-Based Designated Driver Programs.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. A Guide to Developing a Community-Based Designated Driver Program. U.S. Department of Transportation.

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