UF Study Finds Designated Drivers Don't Always Spend the Night Sober
GAINESVILLE,Fla.- The study published in the July issue of the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs found that only a small portion of reported designated drivers wore the title while remaining sober.
UF Assistant Professor of Health Education and Behavior Adam Barry conducted the study of more than one thousand people over six home game weekends in Downtown Gainesville and found designated drivers were drinking a little more than just water.
Barry says, “A large percentage people of people that said they were designated drivers, did not drink at all, they had zero BAC’s when we breathalyzed them... unfortunately though there was a pretty large percentage that had consumed alcohol so about 35 percent of DD’s had consumed alcohol.”
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