non-Bob
In Belgium ‘Bob’ is a first name. But it’s also the ultimate symbol of ‘designated driver’. For 25 consecutive years the police have been organizing alcohol checks where they hand out Bob key rings to drivers who didn’t drink. 98% of all Belgians know exactly what BOB means. Nevertheless, Belgians continue to drink and drive. Still 1 out of 5 road accidents is due to alcohol.

That is why Belgian Traffic Institute VIAS and the organisation Parents of Road Victims are launching a remarkable campaign: in addition to the well-known Bob key ring for responsible drivers, the police will also hand out key rings to drivers who did drive under the influence. No Bob key rings of course, but key rings with the names of children who fell victim to a driver driving under the influence: Axelle, Corwin, Nathan, Laetitia, ... 
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