The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility leads the fight against drunk driving.

Since its founding in 1991, The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility has lent its support to a number of policies and programs in the national effort to reduce drunk driving fatalities; administrative license revocation, zero tolerance for drunk drivers under 21, tougher penalties for DUI test refusal and .08 Blood Alcohol Concentration as part of a comprehensive plan to fight drunk driving.

More than a decade ago, The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility took a leadership role in identifying a group of DUI offenders who were disproportionately responsible for drunk driving fatalities, known as hardcore drunk drivers. Based on the principles of swift identification, certain punishment, and effective treatment of these deadly offenders, we work to eliminate drunk driving with the help of a national panel of safety experts and our partners in law enforcement, judges, prosecutors, probation and parole.