Driving under the influence has affected many people's lives and families' .Drinking and driving is a problem in today's society, and it is a concern for anyone who drives. Driving under the influence is one of the most common and dangerous situations you can put yourself or someone else in. The fact is that drinking and driving is a huge deal and can leave a long trail of broken dreams and hearts. If you drink and drive, not only are you putting yourself at risk, but your passengers and the pedestrians outside of your vehicle. According to the most recent statistics by the National Commission against Drunk Driving states that 17,000 Americans die each year in alcohol-related traffic crashes and 600,000 Americans are injured. Every thirty minutes someone's life has ended and his or her family and friends left to weep. Anyone of these accidents could easily be a family member, relative, or neighbor. Most of these alcohol-related crashes are not just cuts and bruises. People are dramatically injured and or even leading to death.
Drinking and driving is a result of partying, clubbing, or raving. People want to have a good time so they get intoxicated. The feeling of alcohol pleases people maybe causing others addiction because of the feeling. More partying and drinking would cause Americans to want more, which can also lead to wanting to drive and have an after-party, or want to just get home. Though Americans leaving to a place that sells alcohol should know they are going to have a good time and not be driving. Or to have a backup plan knowing you're driving and putting other drivers and yourself at risk of danger.
All 50 states have a designated blood alcohol concentration level. This blood alcohol concentration level is determined when a person is legally drunk. A person is not permitted to operate a vehicle when this limit is reached. The limit for all 50 states for the blood alcohol concentration level is .0843. Anything over the limit while...
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