The Effects Of Drunk Driving And How They Can Affect People 's Lives

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Mr. Lerner’s book discussed the matters on drunk driving and how they can affect people’s lives. In the summary I found in Collins library as stated in the citation above, he reports factual evidence and statistics to show both sides of people who argue with drunk driving and those who said the problem was, “Exaggerated and overregulated.” The debate continues with both sides stating why and why not they agree and disagree with the matter of people driving drunk. Should they continue regulating drivers with sobriety test when pulled over, or should they just let it be? Many people will ponder on that question and evaluate each side. It really makes you want to reconsider your thoughts and actions on this sensitive matter.
The book is really useful and is based off of facts and the statics of how many deaths there has been with drunk driver. They even included MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) in their findings. You could use the information in this book to conclude an argument in court or just in general. It would be very reliable to use anywhere, especially on a college level when talking to college students about alcohol.

This web page is also tied in with the book, “One for the road: drunk driving since 1900.” Each consists of information with use of alcohol and the number to go along with the debate. The web page gives several accounts with the evidence showing alcohol consumption has been decreasing within young adults ages 16-24 year old. They admit to…

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