ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The state has unveiled a new smart-phone application to help combat the DWI problem in New Mexico.
The free ENDWI app is now available to anyone with an Android phone.
You can create a designated-driver list, instantly locate the nearest cab company for a safe ride home as well as report drunken drivers by using the one-touch #DWI feature.
You can also use the app as an electronic guide to blood-alcohol content.
You just enter the number and type of drinks a person has consumed and it will give you an estimated BAC reading.
"This application is an important addition to our ENDWI efforts because it is designed to put the power to prevent DWI in the palm of your hands regardless of where you are," Gov. Susana Martinez said.
The state also released statistics from this year's 100 Days and Nights of Summer DWI prevention and enforcement campaign.
They show 17 DWI related deaths. Last year by this time there were 38.
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