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    Drunk Driving Movement

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    The History of 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), society could no longer turn a blind eye with the full scale awareness of these movements. The initial idea for Mothers against Drunk Drivers came about because of the loss of Candy Lightener’s daughter Cari lightner, a 13-year-old who…

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    Drinking And Driving Essay

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    plenty of concern for the government. Many people were protesting and sending letters to the government to get them to do something and stop all the people who are drinking and driving. As a result, the government made many laws and regulations to discourage drinking and driving. Many regulations include all legal BAC levels are now lower than 0.8%, a zero tolerance policy for minorities under 21, and fines and/or jail time for people who continue to break the law (Mississippi DUI & DWI Laws…

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    Technology has been on a rapid expansion for quite some time now, but this technology has started to put the nation lives at an unnecessary risk. So we, as a society, need to decide where to draw a line and create a limit. Texting and driving continues to be a worldwide issue, putting others’ lives in someone else’s hands, a ban on texting reduces distracted driving which is one of the main causes of accidents. While installing a ban will not completely eliminate texting and driving, the…

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    while intoxicated, why do people still choose to have one too many drinks in their system before they get on the road? Drivers should be more responsible, drivers should think about the costs driving and driving could cause them, and the police force should attempt to do a better job at enforcing the drinking and driving law. Alcohol was originally created to enjoy yourself controllably. It should not be abused to the point where you legally cannot operate a vehicle. Plenty of people decide…

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    Teenage Drinking And Driving Essay

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    the past two years. Teenagers take more than fifty percent part in the deaths due to drinking and driving (Tee drinking and driving. (n.d.). Retrieved November 1, 2013, from ). The people who are driving while being impaired are not the only ones that get hurt. The driver could die, the passenger could also. If there is a person you crash in to they could also die also it could be pedestrians or even bicyclist. Not only could they die they also have a high chance of ending up seriously hurt or…

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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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    installing devices in all new 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…

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    Drunk Rider Case Study

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    Vomit not only smells awful but it also seeps into the seams and carpets and if not properly cleaned up, can linger on as an unpleasant odor. Take a few good, clear photos of the damage and at nighttime, make sure you have good enough lighting in your photos. You’ll have a hard time trying to get compensation for the cleanup if you’re unable to prove it with photos. Uber would like to see photos from three different angles. You need to submit your photos with 48 hours of when the trip ended and…

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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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    may not even be over the legal limit, but it still effects the way you drive. On an average, thirty people die per day in accidents due to drinking and driving. Being as people drive drunk every day, it is a blessing that the fatality rate is not greater than what it is. In 2013, 10,076 people passed away in drunk driving accidents. Out of those 10,076 people, 6,515 had a blood alcohol count of .08 or higher. Also out of that number, there were 200 children fourteen and under who passed away in…

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