For more than 35 years, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) has worked toward eliminating drunk driving in the United States. Education is one of the organization’s most valuable tools in raising awareness about the dangers and harsh truths of drunk driving. For example, MADD cites a 2013 report by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) that estimates nearly 300,000 individuals drive drunk in the United States every day, though fewer than 1.5 percent of these drivers are placed under arrest. Of those that are arrested, about one-third are repeat offenders. Meanwhile, in 2012, about 10.3 million Americans admitted to driving under the influence of a substance or drug other than alcohol.