North Carolina kicks off a Booze It & Lose It campaign on Monday, December 1. The crackdown on drunk drivers will run through January 4.
During the same time period last year, officials say 165 North Carolina motorists were involved in fatal traffic crashes, with 49 alcohol-related fatalities.
Drivers should expect checkpoints and stepped up patrols across the state.
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