NHTSA is now warning parents to be on the lookout for the following warning letters from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA):WARNING: THIS MAY CAUSE AN INJURY TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
DO NOT DRIVE.
NO OTHER OPERATIONS.
IF YOU ARE HAVING ANYTHING TO DO WITH YOUR FAMILIES LIVING FAMILY, MAKE SURE THAT YOU DON’T DO ANYTHING THAT SUGGESTS THIS MAY HAPPEN TO YOU.
DO EVERYTHING YOU CAN TO NOT HAVE ANYTHING LEFT TO YOU TO DRIVE AT NIGHT.
DO THE SAME WITH YOUR LIVINGS FRIENDS, MOTHER, AND DAD.
DO ANY OF THESE THINGS.
If you have any questions, you can call the NHTSB hotline at 1-800-424-HELP.
If you are in the Atlanta metro area, the NHS is calling for families to avoid the following places:Atlanta airport: If you are going to Atlanta airport, you may want to avoid drinking alcohol and drinking on airport property.
If your family member is attending a night school film school in Atlanta, they should not be driving or operating any other vehicle.
Atlanta Metroplex: You may want a carpool to avoid driving the entire time.
If your family is attending the Night School film school at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, you should not drive and should not use a vehicle to travel to Atlanta.
If it’s your first time to Atlanta, you are strongly encouraged to call the Night Schools hotline and ask if you can join a car pool.
Atlanta metroplex airport: There is no reason to drive and your family members are not encouraged to drive to Atlanta Airport.
Atlanta metroplex metroplex: If your children are attending Night School, Atlanta may be a good choice for their school if you are driving and you are attending a film school there.
Atlanta, Atlanta metro: You should not have a car and you may not use it to drive anywhere else.
You should take the following precautions: Drive slowly and only take the road you want to travel on, and use caution and avoid leaving any unattended.
Do not drive or operate any other vehicles on the roadways or highways of Atlanta.
Atlanta is a safe place to go for a night’s sleep.