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    Driving Under Influence

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    Driving under influences of alcohol causes many tragedies and issues of people all over the world and it is an unfortunate reality we have to live our daily lives. Adolescents and young adults in college have the highest rate of driving under the influence. All drivers have the responsibility to ensure they are sober and capable of driving from one destination to the other without endangering the lives of themselves and others around them. As Hingson stated in Quinn journal "approximately 30% of student's self-report driving after drinking" (Quinn 384). Driving under the influence increases blood alcohol concentrations affecting the ability to maintain constant speed and lane positioning. Approximately 1,400 deaths of college students occurred…

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    Driving under the influence, or DUI, can have major consequences; such as getting your license suspended, fines, and even jail time. There are laws set in place, not only for the state of Tennessee, but throughout the country for DUI. In Tennessee, these laws, in my opinion, need to be revised. A DUI, or in some states called a DWI (driving while intoxicated), is a criminal offense that, in some states, means that you are driving under the influence of alcohol to the point that it impairs your…

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    Alcohol and Driving Do you know why drinking and driving is dangerous? Many people don’t realize how dangerous it is before it’s too late. In the state of Delaware “drinking and driving is not tolerated” therefor penalties for this offense may be a DUI (Delaware Driver Manuel). DUI stands for “Driving under the influence” of alcohol or other drugs. Alcohol was affects your body in various way. Sometimes experiences help people learn the hard way. A DUI is given you to someone if the that…

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    Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol (DUI) is the leading cause of death on roadways in the United States (1). Specifically, alcohol has several short-term effects that greatly impair the ability to drive, such as memory impairment, blackouts, recklessness, and impaired decision-making. Those who drink heavily more often also experience long-term effects including a diminished brain size, the inability to think abstractly, loss of perception awareness, memory loss, and decrease in…

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    Let’s put an end to all drinking and driving; Ways to stop drinking and driving and facts about drinking and driving. I hope to cover how drinking and driving does not just affect your self, but also how it affects others as well. I also am going to cover the consequences of drinking and driving. Lastly” I wanted to cover the legal action that is being taken place in this issue. When a person gets in a vehicle and drives under the influence of alcohol, it’s the most dangerous things you can get…

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    Cause and Effect of Drinking and Driving Under the Influence Up until recently the American Culture had a phrase that was commonly used within the average family, which was “have one more drink for the road.” It has only been within the past 20 years that The United States had really considered the safely risk that Americans now take while driving. For instance, after a good night of drinking with friends it’s easy to perceive that you are fully capable to drive home but, you are more likely to…

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    Why Is Drunk Driving Bad

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    Drunk Driving is very bad. It can kill you, and also other people, if you get in a wreck. In the website, Madd.org. The author states that, “Americans take 233 billion trips in cars each year. Of those, about one out of every two thousand trips are taken by those who are driving under the influence of alcohol. Yet, almost one out of every three traffic deaths involve drunk driving.” These are some pretty big numbers. Drunk Driving is a very serious crime in the United States. On the web page,…

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    Drunk Drivers Case Study

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    Drivers who drive under the influence take many individuals’ lives. If you take the risk to drive drunk, then you should be liable off all actions that you will be accounted for, by which mean take full responsibility of their actions. The reasons they need to take responsibility is they account for a large amount of unsuspected deaths. Just like Zane. Zane was a three-year-old little boy just beginning his life when a drunk driver fatally hit his father, when his family was traveling home. His…

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    consequences. On the first offense, the driver’s license is only suspended for 4 months. However, on the second offense within 10 years will result in a one year suspension. It is shown that DUI’s are one of the major causes of death each year. Those who are caught driving under any influences whether it is from alcohol or drugs should lose their license for good. As a result, there will a decrease in the death toll each year and there will be a crackdown on drivers. Hopefully, it will cause…

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    Drunk Driving Drunk driving is a type of social group of people that are rule breakers that drink alcohol,and drive under the influence of alcohol. Victims of a drunk driving accident suffer a lot because they lose a family member. Drunk driving is a crime in which someone drives under the excess amount of alcohol. Drunk driving costs the city a huge amount of money as well as their families. Drunk driver's in the years have had a huge decrease of accidents and damage to the city. Drunk driving…

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