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Driving Under The Influence (DUI) >>

Driving under the influence (DUI) claims the lives of thousands of people a year and it is the most preventable cause of death. Every state in the United States of America have a set blood alcoholic concentration level for the legal limit to drive, which is 0.08. This limit refers to the amount of alcohol you could have in your system before you cannot operate a vehicle safely.


Although you may feel like you could still operate a vehicle after the legal limit, it has been proven that your reaction time and ability to drive in a straight line is drastically lowered. Even at the legal limit, researchers found that you are still 11 times more likely to be involved in an accident than someone without any alcohol in their system. A police officer could stop you for a number of traffic offenses and they could turn into a DUI arrest if you are over the legal limit. Scientists found that the legal limit of alcohol consumption could only be one drink for some people, which is why it is much safer to never drink and drive.


Driving under the influence is never worth your life or another person’s life. No matter how sober you may feel, you will not be able to drive as well as you do without alcohol in your system. Police are on the lookout for drunk drivers and have increased the amount of checkpoints that they set up throughout the city in order to get as many drunk drivers off the street as possible. When a police officer pulls you over for possible driving under the influence, he or she will make you take a sobriety test or breathe in a breathalyzer to make sure that you are not drunk. If you do end up getting arrested for driving under the influence, then you will be looking at about $8,500 by the end of the whole legal ordeal.


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