Everyday, every hour, every minute, and every second, throughout the nation thousands of people are enjoying themselves by having a drink of alcoholic beverages. Whether it’s casual, an important event or celebration, and sometimes addiction, people are drinking and taking risks with not only their lives but those of others. The consequences can be very serious and sometimes fatal when a person believes they are able to properly operate a motor vehicle such as a motorcycle, bus, train, and even a bicycle after having a couple of drinks. Alcoholic beverages can have a substantial effect on one’s ability to drive, or make them think they can. Although it varies by an individual’s mentality, tolerance, age or stature which can determine their level of being under the influence which can impact your ability to safely and properly operate a motor vehicle. Maybe next time you should reconsider getting behind the wheel after having one or two drinks and act responsibly for not only your own safety but those of others and lives of family and friends that may have a life-changing event that could have been prevented.
When an intoxicated individual makes a decision to sit behind the wheel of a motor vehicle and drive home, they endanger everyone on the road including themselves. This one decision, which may not seem important at the time, can have a crucial impact. When the choice whether or not to drive under the influence of alcohol faces a person, they often do not realize the consequences of their actions, and therefore make an extremely uneducated decision. Many people believe that increasing fines for drunk driving offenders will play a significant part in the cutting down of driving under the influence. However, while stiffer DUI laws will look affective on paper, they will not make a substantial step in the fight against drunk driving.
“It is illegal to operate a motor vehicle with any of the following blood alcohol content (BAC) percentages:0.08% or...