Summertime is a time when a lot of people like to party.  Some drink and drive and local authorities this week will be involved in a special emphasis patrol called "Drive Hammered Get Nailed".  Angie Ward the program manager for the Washington Traffic Safety Commission says the emphasis will happen August 17 through September 3.  Last year during the same time authorities arrested 114 impaired drivers during the drive hammered get nailed campaign. But, Ward says it's not just local authorities who spot the impaired drivers.  Ward says often other drivers see them and are sometimes puzzled as to how to report a drunk driver.  Ward says it's easy just call 911.  No matter what time of day or night. Ward says despite what some people may think a drunk driver is a major emergency that needs to be reported to 911.  Last year during the same time authorities arrested 114 impaired drivers during the drive hammered get nailed campaign.