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    Drunk Driving Speech

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    When hearing the phrase drunk driving, one often thinks of despair, tragedy, even death. But what exactly factors into it? And why are drunk drivers still a problem if police know they are out there? What are authorities doing to try and end the epidemic that is drunk driving? The National Department of Transportation says that about one-third of drunk drivers arrested or convicted are repeat offenders. Considering that 1.1 Million people were arrested for driving under the influence in 2014,…

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    Driving under the influence has been a problem in the United States for many years, and without punishment and consequences it will continue to be one. Despite the accidents and deaths these incidents bring, people argue second chances should still be available. However, drunk drivers should be imprisoned on their first offense. Driving while under the influence of alcohol puts the driver and others at risk. Perception, speed control, concentration, and muscle coordination all become impaired…

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    Drunk Driving In Texas

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    Drunk driving is the act of driving a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs to the point where mental and driving skills are weaken. Drinking and driving is illegal in all states because it is very dangerous and can lead to major accidents. The states nullify the law of drinking to keep our country safe, and also so people do not have to face consequences. The state of Texas is not lenient with laws for drunk driving. According to Rich Stim in a article from Driving Laws,…

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    Drunk Driving Movement

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    MADD and the Drunk Driving Movement Driving while intoxicated is an issue surrounding many in our society since the invention of the automobile. Although it’s been the topic of countless conversations over the decades, it was consequently the elephant in the room that no one spoke of. However, with the emergence of different awareness movements, such as the victims of drunk driving in the late 1970s and early 1980s, (Rid) Remove Intoxicated Drivers and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (Madd),…

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    A drunk driver can be driving on the road anytime on any day, and with the possibility of negative outcomes to occur. Drunk drivers are being allowed to drive drunk because there aren 't any actual ways to prevent someone from getting in a car drunk. Intaking any amount of alcohol and then getting behind the wheel of a vehicle to drive, is putting everyone else out on the road in danger. Important to realize the deaths caused by drunk driving . " In 2014, 9,967 people were killed in alcohol-…

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    Drunk Driving Case

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    1. Are Bars and Clubs liable When Their Customers Caused Injuries due to DUI? Drunken driving cases always lead to the serious injuries to the people involved in the accident. The person that becomes the victim of injuries will have to suffer plenty of dollars for the health treatment for the short time to save her/him life. But the fact is that drunken person don’t have so many resources or wealth to pay the suffered ones and it becomes the problem for the victim while making the compensation…

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    friends. They are driving down a dark road around three in the morning. All of a sudden, they see headlights coming straight for them, so they lay in on their horn, blink their lights, and the other driver sways back into their lane. The driver thinks to himself that driver must be drunk, but in actuality, the driver just pulled a double and was on his way home to get some sleep. Drowsy driving and drunk driving are similar and very dangerous. They both can end tragically. Driving drowsy can be…

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    Drunk Driving Solution

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    According to Mothers Against Drunk Driving or MADD, in the article “MADD-Drunk Driving,” “290,000 people are injured from drunk driving accidents yearly”. Out of those 290,000 people, about 10,000 people are killed from drinking and driving (Impaired Driving: Get the Facts). The loss of 10,000 people yearly could be prevented, only of people could make one choice. This choice affects 290,000 people yearly. The choice is to not drink and drive. Drunk driving is a problem all around the world…

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    Along with one person injured approximately every two minutes.” (Repeat Drunk Drivers Should Be Severely Punished, 109) “In 2009, drunk drivers in the United States caused 10,839 deaths. This number represents almost one-third of all traffic related deaths that year.” (Drunk Driving, 1). According to a recorded study, in 2009 the use of drugs or alcohol while driving resulted in 1.4 million drivers arrested. “Drunk driving also accounts for a high percentage of motorcycle fatalities. Almost…

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    Drunk Driving Is Bad

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    Drinking and driving is a very dangerous thing to do. Nothing is worse than driving under the influence. It does not matter how many drinks a person has had, they should never get behind the wheel even if it was just a glass of wine. Slap someone if they even think about driving while they are drunk. Slap them so hard that it will knock some sense into them. Most people think it is okay to drink and drive because they think that they can handle it, but they are wrong. Alcohol acts like an…

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