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    stems directly from personal experience with the issue at hand, namely injury and death being the products of drunk driving incidents, while its evolution over time leads to a broadening and shifting of goals and focus to the point of alienating a key founder. Currently, according to the MADD website, MADD operates under the mission statement “to end drunk driving, help fight drugged driving, support the victims of these violent crimes, and prevent underage drinking”. Without even navigating…

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    “The crime of driving a vehicle with an excess of alcohol in the blood” would define drunk driving. Throughout these 50 great states in America there are too many people that are committing to drunk driving at all times of the day. People believe that there is no harm in doing an act if you are caught doing such act [drunk driving]. People that are convicted of drunk driving, once or more should know that they shouldn’t be doing it because such of heavy consequences. The consequences are tragic…

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    that this video inspired me greatly, it taught me how serious drunk driving can be and how it affects other people's lives. Drunk driving is serious and can be fatal to other people's lives and can really mess up yours also. Being drunk and driving can ruin your life and others, or even end them. Just like that man who got hit by that drunk driver and killed his wife and his son plus his daughter. It must’ve been tragic, also the drunk driver just walked away and never rendered aid. You’d think…

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    “In 2014, 9,967 people were killed in alcohol-impaired driving crashes, accounting for nearly one-third (31%) of all traffic-related deaths in the United States” (Impaired Driving: Get the Facts). Looking at this statistic, which is one of many, driving while impaired is an enormous problem. There are ways to decrease the numbers significantly, these should, and need to be looked into. With people being unaware of the issue, they aren’t trying to help solve this issue, it will continue to get…

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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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    My topic is about why drunk driving is dangerous and very risky since the majority of deaths from traffic accidents are by people who drove under the effects of alcohol in my opinion people should not drive drunk because they can not only kill themselves they can cause many accidents including the death of many more people. if you are going to drink alcohol and you have to drive you have to be responsible and drink little because you can get many problems in the high way one quote that support…

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    Introduction Drunk driving has been a huge factor in everyday life. People have lost their lives because of other people who are careless and get behind the wheel while intoxicated. We typically don’t consider drunk driving as a big deal like we would a bombing or a killing of someone famous. It’s sad to see that people are dying every day because of this one bad decision. I recently lost one of my friends Jacob Salazar to a driver who was driving while intoxicated. In January of 2016, Jacob…

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    cars to keep drunk drivers from starting the engine, as car companies may do over the next 15 years, stop as many as 85% of all the car deaths caused by alcohol in the United States? Some reports say tens of thousands of lives could be saved, as well as billions of dollars lost from costs related to injuries. Current Technology--an IID--and the Law Many states, including Minnesota, Michigan, Florida, and Iowa mandate an interlock device for those who have been convicted of driving with a…

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    car accident due to drunk driving, you never know. Statistics show that every 51 minutes an individual in the United States dies due to a drunk driver. This means that 28 people die every day, to alcohol related car crashes daily. Statistics also show that chances are one in every three individuals will be involved with an alcohol related crash. Now, the question is, what are you going to do about these numbers? If each of you takes a stand in the fight against drinking and driving, the world…

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    Drunk driving is no laughing matter. Drivers with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 or higher in the state of Illinois are considered alcohol- impaired by the law. Unfortunately, the threat of breaking the law does not prevent drunk driving. An average drunk driver has driven drunk 80 times before first arrest (Centers for Disease Control). The consequences of drunk driving affects more than the offender. One encounter with a drunk driver can shatter an entire family’s life. Not one…

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