Zero tolerance for drunk driving

Police are keeping a close eye out for drunk drivers this holiday season.

The Governor's Office of Highway Safety has launched its annual summer campaign of Operation: Zero Tolerance.

Hundreds of law enforcement agencies across Georgia will be watching to see if you're driving sober, if not, you can expect to get pulled over.

In 2010, Georgia saw 298 alcohol-related fatalities, which accounted for a quarter of all traffic deaths.

Officers say it's usually drivers of pickup trucks who have a blood alcohol level of .08 or higher in fatal crashes.