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    Drunk Driving Drunk driving is very dangerous because you are putting yourself and others in harm for consuming too much alcohol. So people need to help prevent people from drunk driving. So first thing anyone can do is make the choice not to drive while drunk. Secondly people who are going to drink they can get a designated driver to drive instead of the drunk. Also we can prevent drunk driving by putting ignition interlocks in their vehicles. Also you can take drunks keys away so they can not…

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    Effects Of Drunk Driving

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    A recently married couple was driving on the freeway when a drunken woman hit their car. The husband was killed in this tragic accident. This incident could have easily been avoided if that woman had made one simple choice, to not drink and drive. This is just one person’s story out of the millions affected by drunk driving. Drunk driving not only affects the victim, but it also affects the driver. Some drunk drivers are killed because of their foolish actions. On January 15, 2000 Chris and two…

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    Drunk Driving Report

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    Drunk driving accidents are all too common in Northwest Arkansas, and throughout the state, and often result in serious injuries or death. In fact, 24 percent of all traffic fatalities across the state in 2013 were alcohol related, according to the Arkansas State Police. In order to avoid being involved in these types of collisions, motorists can refrain from drinking and driving. However, there is no way to guarantee that others have done the same. Thus, it behooves drivers to know the signs of…

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    Hawaii Drunk Driving

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    Drunk Driving Accident Attorneys in Hawaii Drunk driver's are a serious risk and danger to everyone around them. Driving drunk is a serious offense and problem. Drunk drivers pose a big threat and problem in the state of Hawaii. When people drink too much and make the choice to get behind the wheel anyway, they are very likely to cause accidents. These accidents often lead to serious injuries or fatalities to the innocent victims. Statistics on Drunk Driving Accidents in Hawaii The Hawaii…

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    Drunk Driving Commercial

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    Every 48 seconds a drunk driver causes an accident? This statistic highlights the deadly trend of alcohol related accidents, not only in the United States but worldwide. The advertisements that I have chosen all reflect the same theme, the impact of drunk driving in our society. The advertisements are trying to convey a message that the risk of drunk driving is clearly not worth the ramifications. The cultural context of this advertisement is of view that we have of superheroes. We see…

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    “More than 1.5 million drivers drive intoxicated each year and then end up getting arrested for drunk driving” (Be responsible, 2011). Drunk driving can cause many problems towards the people that are involved. There are ways that it can be prevented. With all the holidays that happen, many people like to go out and have a good time, but it’s not smart to do so unless people are aware of what they are getting into, especially in they have been drinking. On the other hand it can be stopped. While…

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    Drunk Driving Punishments

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    when a driver is under the influence of alcohol. On average, two in three people will be involved in a drunk driving crash in their lifetime. In America, someone is killed in a drunk driving crash every 51 minutes. In addition, someone is injured in a drunk driving crash every two minutes. On average, eight teenagers a day die as a result of crashes that involve DUI’s. Although the drunk driving rate in the United States has been cut in half, more still needs to be done to prevent deaths and…

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    Drunk Driving Kills

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    Drunk Driving Kills Driving after drinking is deadly, but yet thousands of people still choose to do it every day. When someone makes this decision, they are not only putting themselves at risk, but everyone around them as well. The visual presents an effective argument because it provides an emotional appeal, accurate sound and color techniques when the vehicles hit and clear evidence as to why the accident was caused and a great representation as to why drinking and driving is never a smart…

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    alcoholic drinks. You start to notice you are becoming intoxicated and the party is almost over. You go and look for your friend and find him finishing up a shot of tequila. You are not aware of how much he drank all night or how drunk he is, but you know he should not be driving. He sees you, says “Let’s go”, grabs his keys, and heads to his car. What should you do? Do you refuse to let him drive and take the keys away? Call a cab for the both of you, or do you keep quiet and let him drive? If…

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    Are too many people driving drunk or not enough? Forty percent of car crashes are related to alcohol, meaning the other sixty percent are due to sober drivers (“General Statistics”). If less car crashes occur when drunk, why not drive drunk all the time? Driving drunk means driving with blurred vision and delayed reaction time, so you could almost make a game out of it. You can see how fast you can swerve off the road or even blow past a stop sign and hope nobody is coming the other way. Sober…

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