A. Every year millions of people are involved in automobile accidents, some result in fatalities, in 2005 alone 16885 fatalities occurred due to drunk driving. B. Why drink and drive?
C. The purpose of my speech is to inform you on the dangers of driving under the influence. D. I will explain the need, the satisfaction, and the visualization.
A. Alcohol-impaired driving is a serious public health problem that kills about 11,000 people and costs nearly $110 billion a year. B. Every day, 30 people in the United States die in motor vehicle crashes that involve an alcohol-impaired driver. This amounts to one death every 48 minutes. C. One in 3 fatal automobile crashes involves an alcohol-impaired driver. A. Before you drink, designate a non-drinking driver in your group. B. Don't let your friends drive impaired. Take their keys away C. If you have been drinking, get a ride home or call a taxi. A. If this solution does not take place if can result in serious injuries, going to jail, or even death. B. If this solution is implemented then there will be fewer arrests, deaths, or injuries. Conclusion
A. I have just told you about the importance of not driving under the influence. I first told you about the problem, next I told you about the solutions, and finally showed you how the future could look if you drink and drive. B. When at a party if you know you’re going to drink, make sure you have a designated driver or just spend the night at the person who’s having the party. C. Yes, there will always be people who drive under the influence, just be very careful.