MSU Students Take A "PASS"

MSU Students Take A "PASS"

<br><span style="font-size: xx-small;">A Texas Department of Transportation campaign makes a stop at MSU today to promote "PASS" a way of curbing drunk driving and steering toward safer options such as a designated driver.</span>
A Texas Department of Transportation campaign makes a stop at MSU today to promote "PASS" a way of curbing drunk driving and steering toward safer options such as a designated driver.

P.A.S.S. stands for person appointed to stay sober, and it showed the consequences of drunk or buzzed driving.

Students had the opportunity to walk through a series of photo booth displays depicting driving while drunk and then getting locked behind bars.

Students said it was an interactive way to demonstrate what driving drunk can do to you.

"I mean we are in college, it happens every weekend so it's good to have a constant reminder," said Curtis Dawson, a student at MSU.

Tx Dot is going across the state with their campaign visiting other college campuses and entertainment districts.

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