Eat, drink and be merry as you watch the Super Bowl on NBC but just don't drink and drive.
Last year there were 34 alcohol-related crashes in Pa. on Super Bowl Sunday through the following day at 6 a.m., said PennDOT.
PennDOT officials are hoping that this year Eagles fans drowning their sorrows or fans cheering for, or against, the cross-state Pittsburgh Steelers won't drink then get behind the wheel.
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There were 525 alcohol-related highway fatalities in Pennsylvania in 2007, out of 1,491 total highway deaths in the state that year, according to PennDOT. They invest about $2.8 million annually into DUI enforcement around the state.
If you're partying Sunday remember that the rules don't change for the Super Bowl -- if you drink, don't drive.