Welcome to AAIM Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists
The Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists (AAIM) is an independent non-profit organization founded in 1982 by families who had lost loved ones in drunk driving crashes. AAIM was Illinois' first citizen action group dedicated to the fight against driving under the influence.
The Mission of the Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists (AAIM) is to prevent deaths and injuries caused by intoxicated or distracted motorists and to assist impaired driving crash victims and their families in Illinois.
To achieve its purpose,
- AAIM creates awareness and educates the public about the devastation caused by impaired driving, underage drinking and other dangerous driving decisions;
- AAIM assists impaired driving crash victims and their families emotionally, financially and during court proceedings;
- AAIM encourages community involvement to make Illinois roadways safer;
- AAIM supports strict enforcement of laws and appropriate legislation.
NEW! 3-D Program
AAIM's 3D Program (Dangerous Driving Decisions) has been well received at high schools and colleges. AAIM recognizes our ever-changing world of technology and the dangers that are imposed when electronic mobile devices are used while driving.
I pledge not to drive DANGEROUSLY.
I pledge not to text and DRIVE.
I DECIDE not to drink and drive.
AAIM urges motorists to celebrate safely over
The Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists (AAIM) supports state and local law enforcement agencies throughout Illinois in an effort to get drunk drivers off our roadways. Designate a sober driver, use mass transit or call a taxi, a friend or family member to get you home safely.
Congratulations to our 2014 Top Cops!
Since 1990, AAIM conducts an annual survey of Illinois police departments to recognize the most productive departments and officers. AAIM praises and encourages these departments and officers for their fight against drunk driving.
Be a DrunkBuster
AAIM is justifiably proud of the DrunkBuster program which has received national publicity and acknowledgement. To encourage drivers with cellular phones to report erratic driving to police, AAIM initiated the "Drunkbusters" program in 1990. AAIM gives $100 to tipsters whose calls lead to DUI arrests.
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