Independence Day is one of the best holidays of the year. From barbecues to boat rides, fireworks to festivals, the country spends this weekend celebrating in true patriotic style. While the 4th of July provided Americans with a weekend to relax and celebrate, the holiday weekend was also the most deadly weekend of the year. Dangerous...
We’re all aware of the dangers of drinking and driving, but despite this awareness, impaired driving accidents continue to happen. Even with our increased knowledge of what happens when someone who’s been drinking gets behind the wheel of a car and drives, people continue doing it, and as a result, serious injury and death continue...
Chances are, you’ve either been involved in a motor vehicle accident yourself, or you know someone who has been. Car crashes are a daily occurrence, and the costs associated with such accidents are quite extensive. And despite educational campaigns about the dangers of drinking and driving, drunk-driving related accidents continue to make up too large...
We all know you shouldn’t drink and drive, but despite this awareness it’s clear that some people still do. You only need to watch your local news station or read your local newspaper to see that drunk driving continues to make headlines. And it does so right across the United States. The National Highway Traffic...
Everyone knows that drinking and driving is dangerous, with the potential for extremely tragic consequences. But have you considered how an elevated blood alcohol concentration (BAC) actually affects the way that you drive? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, even a small amount of alcohol in your system can have an effect...
Most people are aware that drinking and driving don’t mix. Impaired driving is responsible for a lot of injuries and deaths resulting from traffic crashes. Jurisdictions across the nation have drunk driving laws to help reduce the number of impaired drivers on our roads. Are our roads safer when these drunk driving laws are enforced?...
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