A targeted effort to enforce restrictions on impaired driving is nearing an end. The Highway Patrol has been focusing on impaired drivers under the age of 21 since May 3rd. In the last three years, there have been 36 fatal crashes and 136 serious injury crashes involving impaired drivers under the legal drinking age. Those wrecks resulted in 53 deaths and 184 people seriously hurt. This year’s targeted enforcement period is scheduled to last through May 13th, but that doesn’t mean you’ll be able to get away with it after that date. The state has a zero tolerance policy, meaning those under 21 caught driving with any trace of alcohol in their system will have their license suspended. They also face possible jail time, total loss of their license, and being forced to drive with ignition locks.