GLOVERSVILLE - Drivers are being asked to use their headlights all day Friday to help raise awareness about the dangers of impaired driving, a news release said.
In honor of National Drunk and Drugged Driving Month, the release said, the Positive Options Project of Gloversville High School is sponsoring "Lights on for Life" on Friday.
One in three drivers who were killed in motor vehicle crashes in 2009 and were tested, tested positive for drugs other than alcohol, the release said.
"Many drivers don't realize that driving while high or medicated on prescription drugs is just as dangerous as drinking and driving," the release said.
For more information, visit www.asappspromise.org.