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    My Personal Narrative Driving away from gangsters is not an easy task. Especially if it’s heavily raining, 3 in the morning and your car is filled of drunk underage boys. It was the first time my parents allowed me to drive on my own after the allowed time for an underage driver. I had permission to drive to the party under the condition that I was to get home early and not joke around in the car. I was supposed to drive to the party and go home immediately, and for some stupid reason I…

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    formed a close relationship with illegal offenses such as robbery, sexual assault, and homicide. When alcohol is present, situations often result in terrible consequences. Alcohol alone is dangerous. But what happens when irresponsible drinking meets driving? When a person gets behind the wheel intoxicated and decides it is okay to kill? Sadly, this happens every night. Over the years, there have…

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    It is the time that we put drunk driving on the brakes. Drunk driving is a very large problem, and has been for a very long while. In fact, “In 1995 more than 1.4 million people were arrested for driving while intoxicated, nearly 10 percent of all arrests made that year (Hingston 1).” Now think about how those statistics have changed over the years. My invention is the Steering Sober. It is a sleeve for the steering wheel that measures BAC levels and fingerprint to prevent carjacking and DUI.…

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    assumes drinking and driving is an acceptable thing to do. This horrendous and selfish act is not only endangering the lives of the other citizens on the road, but the innocent lives of those who choose to drive sober. If the rate of drunk drinking continues to increase, so will the amount of accidents and fatalities. I think it is agreed by all parties that the life-threatening occurrence of drinking and driving is much to common. Two in three people will be involved in a drunk driving crash at…

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    Drunk driving affects so many people not just the person who decided to drink and drive but others like their family, friends the other driver’s family and friends and also whole city. Some tax could get raised if their is enough car crashes that involve alcohol. In the video the young couple were just driving along and then bang, the other lady who went to a couple bars before driving went in the wrong entrance ramp and went head on with the couple. The fact that she went to a couple of bars is…

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    the Difference Between Drugged Driving and Drunk Driving? The answer is, there isn’t one. Drugs and alcohol actually have a lot more common than you think. They both reduce our reaction time, and they both result in the organs being damaged causing our body to shut down. Alcohol, much like drugs affects everyone differently according to, gender, height, and weight. This makes it difficult to observe and understand how specific drugs and alcohol affect our driving ability. 4. You're Putting…

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    Drinking and driving has been a topic of concern for several of years, resulting in numerous fatalities and accidents. With that, there has been multiple campaigns spreading awareness in hope to reduce the rising issue, however, these advertisements have become virtually ineffective. Each advertisement has become repetitive and unfortunately the redundancy has caused the audience to lose site of the bigger picture. You will never fail to see a drunk driving advertisement result in the someones…

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    then drive home. One evening after having a great practice with her coaches and teammates, she jumped into her car, eager to get home and spend time with her family. Just a few minutes from home, everything turned horrific in a matter of seconds. A drunk driver crossed the centerline and hit her head-on. Rushed to the hospital, she was in critical condition. Family, friends, teammates, and coaches all sitting in the cold waiting room, patiently, waiting to hear the seriousness of her injuries.…

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    In the United states alone we have more drunk driving deaths, people in this country put people in danger by getting behind the wheel of a car while impaired. Cops set up roadblocks from time to time to catch whoever might be driving impaired mostly on holidays like the 4th of July or Christmas. Everyday in America about 28 people are killed in drunk driving traffic accidents and about 10,076 people were killed in 2013 in drunk driving accidents. This is an issue that needs to be stopped and…

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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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