Announcing the 2024 Impaired Driving Student Video Contest Winners

This winter, the Office of Attorney General and its partners held the second Impaired? No Time to Drive high school student video contest and is pleased to announce the winning video.

Videos were judged based on their content, creativity, originality, and how they communicated to peers the important message about the dangers and consequences of driving while impaired. Every student who submitted a video, whether individually or as part of a team, earned 10 community service hours that will apply to their graduation requirements.

Please join the Office of Attorney General and its partners in congratulating the following winner:

First Place

The team from MacArthur High School: Nya Byers, Ava Grassia, and Elizabeth Landes won first place, and in recognition of their great video won a $300 visa gift card. Watch their video here.

Congratulations to all of the winners!


Impaired? No Time to Drive is a collaboration between OAG, the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration, Washington Regional Alcohol Program, District Department of Transportation, DC Public Schools, and the George Washington University Hospital.

Thank you, partners!