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  • Drunk Driving Research Paper

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    Drunk Driving Dont Do It Do you know how many people die each year of Drunk Driving ? that’s right a lot nearly 25,000 people die each can you believe it . If you don't like to follow the rules you either get jail time , a harsh punishment ,lose your license not bad right ? It’s not bad its horrible how of one dumb mistake you make you lose everything instantly . You lose your family , your life ,your car , people you love , there’s no going back . Unless you have some kind of magic powers which

  • Drinked Driving: A Short History Of Drunk Driving

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    Before the industrial revolution, America was unaware of the consequences of drunk driving. With no regulations in place, drivers could recklessly drive without violating the law. It was not until 1939 when Indiana was the first state to enforce a blood alcohol limit of .15. Which is two times the legal limit today ("A Short History of Drunk Driving"). MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) an organization established in the 1980 's, has become " of the most influential and widely supported

  • Persuasive Essay On Drunk Driving

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    Drunken Drivers Test Drunk Driving is defined as: Operating a motor vehicle while one 's blood alcohol content is above the legal limit set by statute, which supposedly is the level at which a person cannot drive safely. State statutes define the legal limit to be between .08 and .10 depending on what state you’re in. Every 51 minutes in America, someone is killed in a drunk driving crash(MADD). That equates to 27 people every day. Which comes to a total of at least 9,855 deaths in a year. According

  • The Pros And Cons Of Drunk Driving

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    Drunk driving happens when families gather at parties, games, or even away on vacations. Do not let a family member and friends stir in this terrible way, and help them decide better. Also, drunk driving does not just hurt the family member of the victim, but other families. “In 2013, 10,076 people were killed and approximately 290,000 were injured. Each

  • Why Is Driving Under The Influence Of Drunk Driving Essay

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    the numbers keep increasing over the years. Not only the people who are drunk driving is putting themselves in danger, but the rest of the people on the road with them. Despite the numerous efforts for preventing drunk driving, this still is a huge issue in our society. Driving under the influence of alcohol, prescribe medications or drugs are crimes and are paid by jail time. Most of the people who committed the crime of driving while intoxicated, keep repeating the crime, putting more and more people

  • Compare And Contrast Texting And Driving Vs Drunk Driving

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    Texting and Driving versus Drunk Driving It’s a Friday afternoon and you’re driving to the grocery store after work to pick up a pizza to eat later for dinner. All of your weekend plans are on your mind as you make a right turn. You hear your phone go off and quickly unlock your phone to see what plans are happening tonight. Little do you know you won’t have any plans for this weekend because the text you are about to send will end your life. This might sound harsh but this is exactly how all texting

  • The Pros And Cons Of Drunk Driving Laws

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    person is involved in a collision, every day 27 people are killed by a drunk driver, and every year thousands. In order to make these numbers drop dramatically, harsher, firmer laws need to be put in place. Everyone makes mistakes, however, a drunk driver will drive on average of 300,000 times before they are caught. That is 300,000 chances they are taking with not only their lives but every person they share the road with. Drunk driving deaths is among the top 5 things that kill in America.

  • New Legislation Regarding Drunk Driving

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    regarding drunk driving is constantly being drawn up, debated, and passed in the United States. Many states are working to make the penalties for drunk driving much harsher, especially for repeat offenders (Xavier). Currently, in every state, the minimum punishment for convicted drunk drivers involves the automatic loss of their licenses for a period of time determined by the state (Xavier). An offender’s driver’s license should be automatically suspended or revoked after a drunk driving conviction


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    Drunk Driving is very dangerous and increasing in the United States every year. Every minute there is someone getting into a fatal accident caused by drunk driving. Every year every adult will pay $500 per year. There are 50-75% of drunk drivers that will still drive on a suspended license. One out of three teens will die because of an alcohol related death. An average drunk driver will drive at least 80 times before getting caught (Caron 2013). There are teens every day that face peer pressure with

  • Pros And Cons Of Drunk Driving Accident

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    Xitclalli Vásquez, Sean Carter, Jacqueline Saburido, and Aaron Pennywell, are just four of the thousands who have been involved in a drunk driving accident here in Texas. Out of the four, Aaron Pennywell was the only one to die at the scene of the crash. Now just because Saburido, Carter and Vásquez didn’t die in their accidents does not mean that they did not suffer. Vásquez landed in a wheelchair, paralyzed from the breast down just three days before her birthday. Carter, who had been drinking