Over the last 44 years, more than 1,000,000 Americans have been killed for no other reason than a drunk driver was holding onto the steering wheel while traveling down the road. Terrorists Can’t Compete with American Drunk Drivers, Since 1966, more Americans were killed by drunk drivers than the total number of American soldiers killed in ALL American Wars except […]
The average impaired driver will operate a vehicle 70 times before they are arrested. 70 chances to injure or kill themselves or someone else.
The Key Human Factors associated with the decision to Drive Drunk include:
A recent study published in Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology found that when people have been drinking, they feel sober before the brain and the body start acting drunk. This means that people might […]
Using voice commands to send text messages and emails from behind the wheel, which is marketed as a safer alternative for drivers, actually is more distracting and dangerous than simply talking on a cellphone, a new AAA study found. Receiving a reckless driving conviction from texting while driving in Nevada can result in offenders attending a DUI class.
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There is a broad range of consequences that you happens for a DUI conviction. In the United States, if you get a DUI or DWI, defendants lose their license for 90 days, attend an online DUI class, thousands in dollars of fines, buy an ignition interlock device among tens of thousands paid in attorney fees. We all know tha getting a DUI or DWI […]
Most drivers know that it is illegal to have an open container of alcohol within the cabin of the car. If you are cited for having an open container in your car, your fine will be in excess of $300, will add five points Junior DMV driving record and require offenders to attend an online DUI school When you may not know, is that the officer has the […]
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that drinking any alcohol and driving 4000 pounds of car can cost you a life… yours or someone else. The downside to easily killing someone is the loss of your freedom, your current and future bank account and a great deal of time in court, jail, and classes. The more frequently you drink and drive, the greater the probability that you will eventually be arrested […]