Informative Essay On Drunk Driving

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Les Bittinger Ms. Youse English 101: Tu/Th 10:10am March 7, 2013 Drinking and Driving Driving while either drunk or intoxicated is dangerous and drivers with a high BAC or high blood alcohol content or concentration are at greatly increased risk of car accidents, highway injuries and vehicular deaths. Prevention measures that may be possible are examined here. They include: establishing more DWI courts, revoking or suspending driver licenses, seizing or confiscating vehicle tags, impounding or immobilizing vehicles, enforcing open container laws, increasing the penalties such as fines or jail time for drunk driving, and making alcohol classes and or education mandatory. Still, in a nation where motor-vehicle fatalities are the eighth most common cause of death, drunk-driving accidents have by no means ceased to be…show more content…
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