Boston — The Arbella Insurance Group Charitable Foundation, Quincy, Mass., is taking a proactive approach to risk management a partnership with Massachusetts Lt. Governor Timothy Murray and state and local officials to launch a drunk-driving public safety campaign. Arbella, which comprises five P&C insurers that provide personal and business insurance, is the title sponsor of Lt. Governor Murray’s Good to Drive? safety program.

The organizations report that last year, there were nearly 200 drunk-driving related fatalities in Massachusetts, stating that many of those crashes could have been avoided if a designated driver was chosen before alcohol was consumed. All too often, say program officials, it is the driver who is estimated to be the least drunk at the end of the night that gets behind the wheel. The result can be devastating. The goal of this program is to support a person’s decision to become a designated driver.

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