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Jeanette Ordoñez

Don't Drip & Drive

Each year, our vehicles release 7 million quarts of motor oil and other petroleum-related products into the Puget Sound watershed. Don’t Drip & Drive is a unique opportunity for drivers to save money on vehicle maintenance while helping protect our waters for future generations.

Don’t Drip & Drive is a regional campaign facilitated by grants from the Washington Department of Ecology and Puget Sound Partnership, and organized by the Stormwater Outreach for Regional Municipalities (STORM) consortium and the King County Education, Communication and Outreach Network and supported by state and local agencies and non-profits like Futurewise working to protect Puget Sound.

Now in our fourth year, Don’t Drip & Drive aims to educate Washington drivers about the importance of checking for vehicle leaks and of regular vehicle inspections, whether on their own or at a repair shop. To encourage Washington residents to improve the reliability and safety of their cars, Don’t Drip & Drive offers drivers a way to take their vehicles to a participating repair shop for a free and easy visual leak inspection.

Find out more about Don't Drip and Drive at their website here.